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Prompt to run rake when accidentally typed rails
Developers from all levels will accidentally run rake tasks using the `rails` keyword when they meant to use `rake`. Often times beginners struggle with the difference between the tools. The most common example would be `$ rails db:migrate` Rather than telling the developer simply that they did not use a valid rails command, we can see if it was a valid rake command first. If it is a valid rake command we can auto execute it giving the user a period of time to cancel if that isn't what they intended. Here is what `rake db:migrate` would look like if you cancel the command: ```sh $ rails db:migrate Assuming you meant: $ rake db:migrate press any key to cancel in 3 seconds > command terminated ... ``` Here is what it looks like if you don't cancel the command: ```sh $ rails db:migrate Assuming you meant: $ rake db:migrate press any key to cancel in 3 seconds > Running: $ rake db:migrate == Foo: migrating ============================================================ == Foo: migrated (0.0000s) =================================================== ```
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