anyone remember how things work with rails 2.3? I am trying to use a version of attachment_fu which claims to work with 2.3, but am having a bit of trouble actually installing it. this legacy app with which I am playing uses an older version in vendor/plugin. I'm trying to remove that and install it via bundler using :git =>. first problem: it doesn't show up under installed gems when I do that. is it better to just put it vendor/gems? any idea
I'm having an issue where when I deploy with cap, it seems that rails connects to the db (because I don't get the error that one would expect when the db can't be contacted), but it seem that the actual records aren't accessible. For example, in console if I do Model.all, it's just => #<ActiveRecord::Relation >. How should I start to troubleshoot this? I did notice that I have to do bundle exec gem list to actually see the gems installed from
any ideas for what would cause rails to be able to connect to a database but not return any records? rails seems to be able to connect but if I go to the console and put Model.all, I just get => #<ActiveRecord::Relation >
for those of you deploying with cap ... what's the preferred way to install bundler? should it already be on the server (with ansible etc), or should cap itself be installing it, or what?