When I say:
How can I specify a custom URL for the resource "hello"?
Or, to put it a different way:
how can I use the URL "hello" but use different named routes?
As of now, it will use: * Resource name: hello * URL: /hello * Controller: hello (in some Rails versions [edge?], mistakenly used 'hellos') * Named routes: edit_hello, new_hello, formatted_......._hello
What I want is something like: * URL: /hello * Named routes: edit_world, new_world, formatted_......._world
The reason is because URLs are rich (I may also want to put '/' or other special characters like '-') that aren't possible for a named routes name. Or I probably want to change only the URL but retain the named routes name, or the other way around.
What I'm trying to do specifically is to have: URL: /your/account (/edit) Named routes: your_account, edit_your_account Controller: Your::Account (controllers/your/account_controller.rb)
I'm posting this to core because the routing behavior seems to be changing between 1.2.3, 1.2.3.update, and (soon) 1.2.4.