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[engines guide] Credit where credit is due

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To see demonstrations of other engines, check out "Devise":, an engine that provides authentication for its parent applications, or "Forem":, an engine that provides forum functionality.
+Finally, engines would not have be possible without the work of James Adam, Piotr Sarnacki, the Rails Core Team, and a number of other people. If you ever meet them, don't forget to say thanks!
h3. Generating an engine
To generate an engine with Rails 3.1, you will need to run the plugin generator and pass it the +--mountable+ option. To generate the beginnings of the "blorgh" engine you will need to run this command in a terminal:
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