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Fix wildcard route code examples.

Should be "match" instead of "map".
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1 parent 28d5d22 commit 0894d73c7552a4c7d576b7d3692c6a18faadd273 @htanata htanata committed Jul 15, 2011
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  1. +2 −2 actionpack/CHANGELOG
  2. +2 −2 railties/guides/source/routing.textile
@@ -101,11 +101,11 @@
For example if you have this route:
- map '*pages' => 'pages#show'
+ match '*pages' => 'pages#show'
by requesting '/foo/bar.json', your `params[:pages]` will be equals to "foo/bar" with the request format of JSON. If you want the old 3.0.x behavior back, you could supply `:format => false` like this:
- map '*pages' => 'pages#show', :format => false
+ match '*pages' => 'pages#show', :format => false
* Added Base.http_basic_authenticate_with to do simple http basic authentication with a single class method call [DHH]
@@ -560,13 +560,13 @@ would match +zoo/woo/foo/bar/baz+ with +params[:a]+ equals +"zoo/woo"+, and +par
NOTE: Starting from Rails 3.1, wildcard routes will always match the optional format segment by default. For example if you have this route:
<ruby>
-map '*pages' => 'pages#show'
+match '*pages' => 'pages#show'
</ruby>
NOTE: By requesting +"/foo/bar.json"+, your +params[:pages]+ will be equals to +"foo/bar"+ with the request format of JSON. If you want the old 3.0.x behavior back, you could supply +:format => false+ like this:
<ruby>
-map '*pages' => 'pages#show', :format => false
+match '*pages' => 'pages#show', :format => false
</ruby>
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