This behaves similarly to REQUEST_URI, but we need to implement it on our own because REQUEST_URI is not reliable. Note that since PATH_INFO does not contain information about trailing question mark, this is not 100% accurate, for example `/foo?` will result in `/foo` in ORIGINAL_FULLPATH
If you used dynamic constraint like that: scope :constraint => MyConstraint.new do mount RackApp => "/foo" end routes were not displayed correctly when using `rake routes`. This commit fixes it. If you want nice display of dynamic constraints in `rake routes` output, please just override to_s method in your constraint's class.
…hether particular property should be an index like this 'rails g model person name:string:index profile:string'
…estTaskWithoutDescription. This makes it easier to add your own tests to the default suite: namespace :test do task run: 'test:acceptance' Rails::SubTestTask.new acceptance: 'test:prepare' do |t| t.libs << 'test' t.pattern = 'test/acceptance/**/*_test.rb' end end Now `rake` runs unit, functional, integration, and acceptance tests.