Changing Default Layout Generated By Scaffold

Good afternoon everyone.

Using the command:
script/generate scaffold User name:string login:string password:string
It created a layout in html standard for CRUD in app/views/users.

I wonder if you can change this layout (html) standard
that is generated by scaffold, for example by placing the default
layout of
my system, so I do not need to change the layout of each CRUD
individually.

Is it possible? If possible please suggest me a tutorial or me
describe step-by-step how to proceed to effect that change.

Thank you.

Best Regards ...
Adriano Dias da Silva

If I understand your question, you can just delete the new layouts and
the controller should default to the application layout.

Good night.

Friend you have not understood the question ...
I want to change the layout before running the scaffold.

For example:
I want to change the default layout of the scaffold.
And when I run the scaffold is created the html (which I already
changed)
in app / views / users.

Got it??

Best Regards...
Adriano Dias da Silva

I see, so you want to design how the page will look before running the
scaffold? If so, no there is no way to do this. Scaffolding
autogenerates the html - so unless you modified some core rails class
the output is always the same. I wanted to do the same thing when I
started. Once you get used to erb you won't really need to scaffold.

Adriano Dias da Silva wrote:

Good afternoon everyone.

Using the command:
script/generate scaffold User name:string login:string password:string
It created a layout in html standard for CRUD in app/views/users.

I wonder if you can change this layout (html) standard
that is generated by scaffold, for example by placing the default
layout of
my system, so I do not need to change the layout of each CRUD
individually.

Is it possible? If possible please suggest me a tutorial or me
describe step-by-step how to proceed to effect that change.

Thank you.

Best Regards ...
Adriano Dias da Silva

Greetings

I would recommend to take a look at this :
http://railscasts.com/episodes/58-how-to-make-a-generator

you can create your custom generator exactly the way you like so you can
use your own scaffold layout.

Also, in Ruby in Rails 3 :
http://railscasts.com/episodes/216-generators-in-rails-3

At last but not least, have a look at this gem:
http://patshaughnessy.net/view_mapper

Also have a look at this :

http://www.tonyspencer.com/2007/03/01/custom-scaffolding-for-rails/