I read that if you create a .rake subfolder, you can run rake from any subfolder in and it will pickup the rake tasks as long as you put the -g option.
I have this:
Now when I do:
rake -g -T
I only see the tasks defined in my Rakefile.
Does this work like this or am i confused?
Because I just tested, if I go to a subfolder, rake works fine. Not sure what the .rake subfolder is for then?