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Don't work in Rails 3 #9

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grimen opened this Issue June 04, 2010 · 12 comments

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Jonas Grimfelt Clemens Kofler Eric Milford Alejandro Riera Bhavin Javia Niels Meersschaert Vadim Timoshpolsky Joe Acklin Michael Dungan Winton Welsh
Jonas Grimfelt
grimen commented June 04, 2010

In my model:

class Product 

Error:

ActionController::RoutingError (undefined local variable or method `acts_as_archive' for #):
  app/models/product.rb:1:in `'
  app/models/product.rb:1:in `'
  app/controllers/products_controller.rb:1:in `'
Clemens Kofler

Any plans on fixing this up for Rails 3 properly?

Eric Milford

Also interested in a Rails 3 version. Thanks!

Alejandro Riera
ariera commented July 27, 2010

I'm interested as well
Thanks : )

Bhavin Javia

I'm evaluating this gem for my Rails 2.3.8 project. We plan to move to Rails 3 soon. Is there any plan to support Rails 3 within the next month or two ?

Niels Meersschaert

Me too

Vadim Timoshpolsky

me three

Joe Acklin

I would be interested in rails 3 compatibility also. At least mention if you plan on making this upgrade. Thanks so much!

Michael Dungan

Hi,

I've spent the day updating my fork for Rails 3 compatability. The spec suite is fully green and hand-testing in a somewhat trivial app works fine as well, including ActsAsArchive.update

It's at http://github.com/xxx/acts_as_archive

I'll take bug reports for awhile, though I don't intend to take the gem over long-term.

This fork does not support Rails 2.x, though.

Winton Welsh
Owner

Hey guys,

You'll be happy to hear that version 0.3.0 now supports both Rails 2 and 3. I would love to get some feedback before I announce it officially.

Michael Dungan
xxx commented January 05, 2011

Initial testing looks good here.

Winton Welsh
Owner

Thanks Michael. Thank you for the work in your branch as well, it helped me make some hard decisions relating to the new version.

Jonas Grimfelt

@winton: Awesome effort! I never thought anyone would have energy enough to spend on it so I was about to nuke it from my app. :)

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