Rails 3 helper method issue

Hi all,

I'm trying to upgrade my Rails app from 2.3.8 to 3.0.1. From within my
view I have this method:

title ('test', true)

In my application_helper file the method header looks like this:

title(title = nil, ignore = nil)

And the error I get is:

syntax error, unexpected ',', expecting ')'

When I run it without the parenthesis it works:

title 'test', true

So I was wondering if in Rails 3 you can no longer call methods in
views with parenthesis.

did you also upgrade your ruby version? A space between the method
name and the parens certainly used to produce a warning that this
wouldn't be allowed in future versions.

Fred

I went from 1.8.7 to 1.9.2 so perhaps I missed the warning. Thanks for
your help, that fixed it.