Colin Law wrote:
Have a look at the free downloadable guide at
http://www.ubuntupocketguide.com/index_main.html if you are
interested. Of course you would have to put your rails stuff on hold
for a while in order to get the hang of Ubuntu.
I am going to checkout ubuntu linux. it should be easy as I worked with
unix earlier. I will setup then debugger in it. may be isntall VMware on
windows box and install ubuntu on it.
I use jEdit, which is open source and runs on win and linux (and mac).
Thanks, I will try this.
so it is saying that it expected it to be nil, but it is not, and is
showing you what it is.
I got this error figured out.
Now all assert save fails. I hope this is the last error that I will
have to overcome.
Failed assertion, no message given.
user_test_controller.rb code line 145 refers to assert u.save as below:
u = User.new :login => "bob",
:password => "test",
:email => "firstname.lastname@example.org",
:phone_num => "(212)111-1111",
:last_name => "baker",
:user_role => "Patient"
The code being called in user.rb:
new_pass = User.random_string(10)
self.password = self.password_confirmation = new_pass
The column names in the database are all correct as below:
Why is ssert save failing - it does not give me any errors?