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# Make sure RubyAMF is installed.
rubyamf_plugin = File.join( RAILS_ROOT, 'vendor', 'plugins', 'rubyamf' )
raise 'RubyAMF not installed' unless File.exists?(rubyamf_plugin)
# Add the quickly configuration to rubyamf_config.rb
add_quickly_config = true
rubyamf_config = File.join( RAILS_ROOT, 'config', 'rubyamf_config.rb') rubyamf_config, 'r') do |config|
while line = config.gets
add_quickly_config = false if line =~ /RubyAMF::Quickly::Config/
if add_quickly_config
quickly_config =
# ==============================
# => RubyAMF::Quickly::Config <=
# ==============================
require 'rubyamf_quickly'
# The ./script/generate action_script_models script will generate an ActionScript class for every concrete ActiveRecord model
# in the RAILS_ROOT/app/models directory.
#=> Where do you want to generate ActionScript classes?
# Defaults to Peter Armstrong's suggested RAILS_ROOT/app/flex
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.relative_flex_root = 'app/flex/src'
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.relative_model_package = 'models'
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.relative_controller_package = 'remoting'
#=> What package should your generated ActionScript classes belong to?
# Defaults to no package so all ActionScript classes will be generated to RubyAMF::Quickly.relative_flex_root
# If you specified a value of 'org.mypackage.models' and defaulted the RubyAMF::Quickly.relative_flex_root, then all would
# be generated to RAILS_ROOT/app/flex/org/mypacket/models. Any namespaced ActiveRecord models will be added to sub-packages.
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.action_script_package = nil
#=> What, if any model or controller class names (or pattern matches) should NOT have corresponding ActionScript classes generated?
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.ignore_class_names = [ 'Person', 'UsersController', 'Address' ]
#=> Stuff Params Hash
# If set to true, then RubyAMF::Quickly expects the first RubyAMF request parameter (rubyamf_params[0]) to be a hash and will merge
# it into the params hash for conventional Rails params access. No need for conditional is_amf controller logic.
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.stuff_params = true
#=> Convert unhandled Exceptions to FaultEvents
# If set to true, then all unhandled Ruby Exceptions will be rescued, converted to and rendered as a RubyAMF FaultObject to trigger
# an ActionScript fault handler with the FaultEvent's fault.message set to the rescued exception's message.
# RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.convert_unhandled_exceptions = true
# The following overrides some of the above RubyAMF::Configuration settings to get things going in the most natural Rails and Flex way.
#=> Case Translations
# Translate the case so ActionScript model properties follow ActionScript coding style.
RubyAMF::Configuration::ClassMappings.translate_case = true
#=> Assume Class Types
# Skip mappings. The RubyAMF::Quickly action_script_models generator creates the RemoteObject declarations.
RubyAMF::Configuration::ClassMappings.assume_types = true
#=> Don't Put Remoting Parameters into the "params" hash
# Let RubyAMF::Quickly stuff the params for you with only the attributes you need.
# You may want to set it back to true if you've overridden the default RubyAMF::Quickly::Config.stuff_params to false
RubyAMF::Configuration::ParameterMappings.always_add_to_params = false
CONFIG rubyamf_config, 'a' ) do |config|
config.puts ""
config.puts quickly_config
rescue Exception => e
puts "ERROR INSTALLING RubyAMF::Quickly - #{e.message}"
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