Warning: require_gem is obsolete.

I'm going to continue poking at rails -- it's very exciting :slight_smile:

However, I'm a bit concerned about the warnings about obsolete gems
usage. How can I update rails?

Googling indicates to re-install all gems, or grep for old code and
manually replace. Is there a single command to do that?

thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $
thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $ rails dummy
      create app/controllers
      create app/helpers
      create app/models
      create app/views/layouts
      create config/environments
      create components
      create db
      create doc
      create lib
      create lib/tasks
      create log
      create public/images
      create public/javascripts
      create public/stylesheets
      create script/performance
      create script/process
      create test/fixtures
      create test/functional
      create test/integration
      create test/mocks/development
      create test/mocks/test
      create test/unit
      create vendor
      create vendor/plugins
      create tmp/sessions
      create tmp/sockets
      create tmp/cache
      create Rakefile
      create README
      create app/controllers/application.rb
      create app/helpers/application_helper.rb
      create test/test_helper.rb
      create config/database.yml
      create config/routes.rb
      create public/.htaccess
      create config/boot.rb
      create config/environment.rb
      create config/environments/production.rb
      create config/environments/development.rb
      create config/environments/test.rb
      create script/about
      create script/breakpointer
      create script/console
      create script/destroy
      create script/generate
      create script/performance/benchmarker
      create script/performance/profiler
      create script/process/reaper
      create script/process/spawner
      create script/runner
      create script/server
      create script/plugin
      create public/dispatch.rb
      create public/dispatch.cgi
      create public/dispatch.fcgi
      create public/404.html
      create public/500.html
      create public/index.html
      create public/favicon.ico
      create public/robots.txt
      create public/images/rails.png
      create public/javascripts/prototype.js
      create public/javascripts/effects.js
      create public/javascripts/dragdrop.js
      create public/javascripts/controls.js
      create public/javascripts/application.js
      create doc/README_FOR_APP
      create log/server.log
      create log/production.log
      create log/development.log
      create log/test.log
thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $
thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $ ruby /home/thufir/rubyCode/dummy/script/
require_gem is obsolete. Use gem instead.
Usage: /home/thufir/rubyCode/dummy/script/generate generator [options]

General Options:
    -p, --pretend Run but do not make any changes.
    -f, --force Overwrite files that already exist.
    -s, --skip Skip files that already exist.
    -q, --quiet Suppress normal output.
    -t, --backtrace Debugging: show backtrace on errors.
    -h, --help Show this help message.
    -c, --svn Modify files with subversion. (Note:
svn must be in path)

Installed Generators
  Builtin: controller, integration_test, mailer, migration, model,
plugin, scaffold, session_migration, web_service

More are available at http://rubyonrails.org/show/Generators
  1. Download, for example, login_generator.zip
  2. Unzip to directory /home/thufir/.rails/generators/login
     to use the generator with all your Rails apps
     or to /home/thufir/rubyCode/dummy/generators/login
     to use with this app only.
  3. Run generate with no arguments for usage information
       /home/thufir/rubyCode/dummy/script/generate login

Generator gems are also available:
  1. gem search -r generator
  2. gem install login_generator
  3. /home/thufir/rubyCode/dummy/script/generate login

thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $
thufir@arrakis ~/rubyCode $ mysql --user=root
Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
Your MySQL connection id is 4
Server version: 5.0.44-log Gentoo Linux mysql-5.0.44

Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the buffer.


I might end up doing that, thank you :slight_smile: