Dr Nic

Magic Models and ActiveRecords 1.14.4

If you’re smarter than me, when you installed the new Rails versions (now 1.1.6), you’ll probably have also changed the RAILS_GEM_VERSION declaration in your environment.rb file (or you don’t have it set at all). You might then notice that the Magic Models gem wasn’t all that happy about it.

Carl was smarter, so thanks to him we now have Magic Models 0.7.1. (when RubyForge propogates the gem into gemland).

> gem install dr_nic_magic_models
Attempting local installation of 'dr_nic_magic_models'
Local gem file not found: dr_nic_magic_models*.gem
Attempting remote installation of 'dr_nic_magic_models'
Updating Gem source index for: http://gems.rubyforge.org
Successfully installed dr_nic_magic_models-0.7.1

Want to check that everything’s rosie?

> ruby script/console
>> ActiveRecord::VERSION::STRING
=> "1.14.4"
>> DrNicMagicModels::VERSION::STRING
=> "0.7.1"

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