A few people I know tweeted to a Rails commit on Github that “Added a generator option to remove the public/index.html file when generating a new Rails application.” The people that tweeted about it said it was about time that this was included.
I think a good option for the scaffold generator would be to explicitly list the routes for each of the created actions in the controller instead of just adding
to the config/routes.rb file.
It would generate this in the config/routes.rb file:
get '/things' => 'things#index', :as => 'things' post '/things' => 'things#create' get '/things/new' => 'things#new', :as => 'new_thing' get '/things/:id/edit' => 'things#edit', :as => 'edit_thing' get '/things/:id' => 'things#show', :as => 'thing' put '/things/:id' => 'things#update' delete '/things/:id' => 'things#destroy'
I ran rake routes with each, and they matched.
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