Playing around with Conductor by DHH

Posted by Jason Noble on 10/30/2010 in ruby on rails |

A while back, I saw that DHH had published a rails engine called Conductor. I added it to my list of things to look at and tonight, I got some time to take a look.

I’m using RVM with 1.9.2p0 and rails 3.0.1.

rails new conductor && cd conductor

I edited my Gemfile and added the following line:

gem ‘conductor’, :git => ‘http://github.com/dhh/conductor.git’, :require => ‘conductor/engine’

I then ran “bundle install”.

I fire up rails server and hit http://localhost:3000/conductor (as suggested by the README) and I get an error:

Routing Error

No route matches "/conductor"

Am I missing something? I need to research Rails3 engines some more.

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1 Comment

  • Ben Atkin says:

    I already told you on twitter; I’m leaving this message for people who might visit this site.

    I ran rake routes and there was no route for /conductor. There was a route for /conductor/routes, though, and when I went there, it loaded up the routes, along with a sidebar that showed a bunch of potential features.

    I think it’s an exciting project, but it’s definitely in its early stages. Definitely a project for anyone interested in contributing to a cool open source rails project to consider!

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