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1 parent 18326e3 commit 249d55e684ba7808807fe270cef75955e5bc4e69 @dhh dhh committed May 18, 2007
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2 railties/lib/rails_generator/generators/components/resource/USAGE
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Description:
your config/routes.rb file, hooking up the rules that'll point URLs to
this new resource.
- Unlike the scaffold_resource generator, the resource generator does not
+ Unlike the scaffold generator, the resource generator does not
create views or add any methods to the generated controller.
Examples:
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6 railties/lib/rails_generator/generators/components/scaffold/USAGE
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@ Description:
The generator takes the name of the model as its first argument. This
model name is then pluralized to get the controller name. So
- "scaffold_resource post" will generate a Post model and a
+ "scaffold post" will generate a Post model and a
PostsController and will be intended for URLs like /posts and
/posts/45.
As additional parameters, the generator will take attribute pairs
described by name and type. These attributes will be used to
prepopulate the migration to create the table for the model and to give
- you a set of templates for the view. For example, "scaffold_resource
+ you a set of templates for the view. For example, "scaffold
post title:string created_on:date body:text published:boolean" will
give you a model with those four attributes, forms to create and edit
those models from, and an index that'll list them all.
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ Description:
The generator also adds a declaration to your config/routes.rb file
to hook up the rules that'll point URLs to this new resource. If you
- create a resource like "scaffold_resource post", it will add
+ create a resource like "scaffold post", it will add
"map.resources :posts" (notice the plural form) in the routes file,
making your new resource accessible from /posts.
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2 railties/lib/rails_generator/scripts/destroy.rb
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ def usage_message
This script will destroy all files created by the corresponding
script/generate command. For instance, script/destroy migration CreatePost
will delete the appropriate ###_create_post.rb file in db/migrate, while
-script/destroy scaffold_resource Post will delete the posts controller and
+script/destroy scaffold Post will delete the posts controller and
views, post model and migration, all associated tests, and the map.resources
:posts line in config/routes.rb.

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