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more woring improvements to the engines guide

* "also in ... is ..." -> "in .. there is ..."
* use "as well" instead of "also" in the end of the sentence
* "has the ability" -> "can"
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commit 1907409596b9831e0fac2128b8f6da20b96b2003 1 parent a8d4e27
Gosha Arinich authored January 07, 2013

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 This line mounts the engine at the path `/blorgh`, which will make it accessible through the application only at that path.
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-Also in the test directory is the `test/integration` directory, where integration tests for the engine should be placed. Other directories can be created in the `test` directory also. For example, you may wish to create a `test/models` directory for your models tests.
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+In the test directory there is the `test/integration` directory, where integration tests for the engine should be placed. Other directories can be created in the `test` directory as well. For example, you may wish to create a `test/models` directory for your models tests.
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 Providing engine functionality
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 ### Generating a comments resource
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-Now that the engine has the ability to create new blog posts, it only makes sense to add commenting functionality as well. To do get this, you'll need to generate a comment model, a comment controller and then modify the posts scaffold to display comments and allow people to create new ones.
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+Now that the engine can to create new blog posts, it only makes sense to add commenting functionality as well. To do get this, you'll need to generate a comment model, a comment controller and then modify the posts scaffold to display comments and allow people to create new ones.
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 Run the model generator and tell it to generate a `Comment` model, with the related table having two columns: a `post_id` integer and `text` text column.
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