Singular resources with plural names

So, I have:

    Tune.has_many :tags, :through => :taggings
    Tune.has_many :taggings

    Tag.has_many :tunes, :through => :taggings
    Tag.has_many :taggings

    Tagging.belongs_to :tune
    Tagging.belongs_to :tag

(It's a bit more polymorphic than that, but...)

I have a TagsController which is mostly about accessing tag clouds
rather than editing the taggings of a particular tune, and I have a
TaggingsController which I would like to wire up using map.resource
because, although a tune's 'taggings' resource is a collection, the
things in the collection won't/can't be accessed individually - it
makes more sense for the user to manipulate the collection as a whole.
However, when I do

map.resources :tunes do |tune|
  tune.resource :taggings
end

Rails singularizes 'taggings' and gives me paths like:

    /tunes/10/tagging/edit

I'd really like to be able to force resource to leave 'taggings' alone
when it starts making paths, but :singular doesn't work for the
'resource' method.

Before I go ahead and write a patch, I just want to get a feel for
whether others want this, and if they do, which of

    tune.resource :taggings, :singular => 'taggings'

or

    tune.resource :taggings, :singularize_path => false

people prefer. I think I lean towards the second option...

tune.resource :tagging, :as => 'whatever_floats_your_boat'

HTH,
Trevor

tune.resource :tagging, :as => 'whatever_floats_your_boat'

D'oh!

HTH,

Indeed it does. Thanks.