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Follow-up to #15215 [ci skip]

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1 parent 2053e1f commit 11ac0cad081eb418dfabe8a427332347beb12a0e @robin850 robin850 committed Jun 27, 2014
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  1. +4 −3 guides/source/debugging_rails_applications.md
  2. +7 −6 guides/source/engines.md
  3. +1 −1 guides/source/testing.md
@@ -159,10 +159,10 @@ class ArticlesController < ApplicationController
def create
@article = Article.new(params[:article])
logger.debug "New article: #{@article.attributes.inspect}"
- logger.debug Article should be valid: #{@article.valid?}"
+ logger.debug "Article should be valid: #{@article.valid?}"
if @article.save
- flash[:notice] = Article was successfully created.'
+ flash[:notice] = 'Article was successfully created.'
logger.debug "The article was saved and now the user is going to be redirected..."
redirect_to(@article)
else
@@ -184,7 +184,8 @@ vbkNvbnRyb2xsZXI6OkZsYXNoOjpGbGFzaEhhc2h7AAY6CkB1c2VkewA=--b18cd92fba90eacf8137e
"body"=>"I'm learning how to print in logs!!!", "published"=>"0"},
"authenticity_token"=>"2059c1286e93402e389127b1153204e0d1e275dd", "action"=>"create", "controller"=>"articles"}
New article: {"updated_at"=>nil, "title"=>"Debugging Rails", "body"=>"I'm learning how to print in logs!!!",
- "published"=>false, "created_at"=>nil} Article should be valid: true
+ "published"=>false, "created_at"=>nil}
+Article should be valid: true
Article Create (0.000443) INSERT INTO "articles" ("updated_at", "title", "body", "published",
"created_at") VALUES('2008-09-08 14:52:54', 'Debugging Rails',
'I''m learning how to print in logs!!!', 'f', '2008-09-08 14:52:54')
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@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ end
```
This helps prevent conflicts with any other engine or application that may have
-a article resource as well.
+an article resource as well.
Finally, the assets for this resource are generated in two files:
`app/assets/javascripts/blorgh/articles.js` and
@@ -506,8 +506,8 @@ NOTE: Because the `has_many` is defined inside a class that is inside the
model for these objects, so there's no need to specify that using the
`:class_name` option here.
-Next, there needs to be a form so that comments can be created on a article. To add
-this, put this line underneath the call to `render @article.comments` in
+Next, there needs to be a form so that comments can be created on an article. To
+add this, put this line underneath the call to `render @article.comments` in
`app/views/blorgh/articles/show.html.erb`:
```erb
@@ -739,9 +739,10 @@ the application. In the case of the `blorgh` engine, making articles and comment
have authors would make a lot of sense.
A typical application might have a `User` class that would be used to represent
-authors for a article or a comment. But there could be a case where the application
-calls this class something different, such as `Person`. For this reason, the
-engine should not hardcode associations specifically for a `User` class.
+authors for an article or a comment. But there could be a case where the
+application calls this class something different, such as `Person`. For this
+reason, the engine should not hardcode associations specifically for a `User`
+class.
To keep it simple in this case, the application will have a class called `User`
that represents the users of the application. It can be generated using this
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@@ -585,7 +585,7 @@ Here's another example that uses `flash`, `assert_redirected_to`, and `assert_di
```ruby
test "should create article" do
- assert_difference('article.count') do
+ assert_difference('Article.count') do
post :create, article: {title: 'Hi', body: 'This is my first article.'}
end
assert_redirected_to article_path(assigns(:article))

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