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    Quote Originally Posted by MiltonBC
    Can you use Dreamweaver as an editer for ruby?
    In the same way you can use any text editor as an an editor for Ruby, yes.

    There are some details about adding Ruby sytax highlighting to Dreamweaver, but it seems from the comments on that page those instruction may not work with DW2004.
    Using your unpaid time to add free content to SitePoint Pty Ltd's portfolio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsm
    Wow, this makes Sitepoint slightly less irrelevant.
    OMFG SitePoint ROXORZ TEH BIG ONE111!
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    that's more like it, i love it and thanks for that sitepoint.....

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    Simply Rails 2 (and all of the other rails books I have) shows the migration file naming convention is
    001, 002, etc

    When I ran script/generate model User, the migration file was named:
    20081110174511_create_users.rb

    Why does it have this complex number instead of 001? Is there a way to
    redo this and get the simpler name?

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    It's really not complex once you recognize what it is. You could manually change the file names if you wanted to I suppose. But YYYYMMDDHHMMSS isn't all that bad is it?


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