I have been attempting to use cache-money on a new project and ran into a major problem. Normally it seems to be working as advertised but completely falls over when attempting to register a background task with BJ. Here is the error:
NoMethodError (You have a nil object when you didn't expect it! The error occurred while evaluating nil.repository): (__DELEGATION__):2:in `__send__' (__DELEGATION__):2:in `repository' /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/nkallen-cache-money-0.2.5/lib/ cache_money.rb:50:in `transaction' bj (1.0.1) lib/bj/table.rb:240:in `get' bj (1.0.1) lib/bj/table.rb:236:in `' bj (1.0.1) lib/bj/runner.rb:61:in `tickle' bj (1.0.1) lib/bj/api.rb:66:in `submit'
I have seen other posts that suggest using 'transaction_without_cache_transaction' or attempting to only enable cache-money for certain models (instead of everything by default) but neither provided an adequate solution to the problem.
It seems like this could be solved by either not including cache-money into each model, or being able to pass the correct information (or redefine it) for processes outside the normal rails app.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.