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Excise generated whitespace. Closes #10017 [Tim Pope]
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|Use this README file to introduce your application and point to useful places in the API for learning more.|
|-Run "rake doc:app" to generate API documentation for your models, controllers, helpers, and libraries.|
|+Run "rake doc:app" to generate API documentation for your models, controllers, helpers, and libraries.|
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|- The resource generator creates an empty model and controller for use in a REST-friendly, resource-oriented|
|- application. Say you want to a resource called post. Normally, you could just call "script/generate model post" and|
|- "script/generate controller posts". This generator basically just collapses these two generators into one step.|
|- The generator takes the name of the model as its first argument. This model name is then pluralized to get the|
|- controller name. So "resource 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 give you a set of predefined fixture.|
|- You don't have to think up all attributes up front, but it's a good idea of adding just the baseline of what's|
|- needed to start really working with the resource.|
|- ./script/generate resource post|
|- ./script/generate resource post title:string created_on:date body:text published:boolean|
|- ./script/generate resource purchase order_id:integer created_at:datetime amount:decimal|