Newbiw - How do I concate?

I've found this nifty rFacebook tutorial and I'm so excited about
learning to use Ruby on Rails.
http://www.liverail.net/articles/2007/6/29/tutorial-on-developing-a-facebook-platform-application-with-ruby-on-rails

However, I am stuck.

For the experienced, this may seem waaay simple. If it does seem obvious
to you, please reply with help!

THis is what the tutorial says:

create some models. We are keeping this application very simple for demo
purposes so just a recipe and a comment model needed. (you will need to
concate these lines properly)

ruby script/generate model Recipe (This went smoothly)
title:string summary:text ingredients:text instructions:text <<<<<this
is my prob!
cooking_time:string created_at:datetime updated_at:datetime<<<<<< my
problem prob!

ruby script/generate model Comment
recipe_id:integer body:text created_at:datetime updated_at:datetime<< No
idea...

I know the "title:string" parts are part of the parameters for storing
recipe info.

WHERE DO I ENTER THIS INFO???
Is this another line I have to enter into Putty?
If I need to edit a file to enter these parameters, where do I do this?
I'm a little lost on how to concat in Ruby.

I think you're overcomplicating things :slight_smile: The tutorial is just saying that you need to enter

ruby script/generate model Recipe title:string summary:text ingredients:text instructions:text cooking_time:string created_at:datetime updated_at:datetime
on one line in the console, even they've displayed it with linebreaks (so that the webpage formats ok).
Fred

Frederick Cheung wrote:

I think you're overcomplicating things :slight_smile: The tutorial is just saying
that you need to enter

ruby script/generate model Recipe title:string summary:text
ingredients:text instructions:text cooking_time:string
created_at:datetime updated_at:datetime
on one line in the console, even they've displayed it with linebreaks
(so that the webpage formats ok).
Fred

whew OK! fixed that! awesome! i kinda thought i was overanalyzing
things, and that really helped a lot!