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Rails engine commands

(Charlieanna) #1

Yesterday I was creating a rails engine but somehow now I am unable to run normal rails commands like rails server.
$ rails s

Error: Command not recognized
Usage: rails COMMAND [ARGS]

The common rails commands available for engines are:
 generate    Generate new code (short-cut alias: "g")
 destroy     Undo code generated with "generate" (short-cut alias: "d")

All commands can be run with -h for more information.

If you want to run any commands that need to be run in context
of the application, like `rails server` or `rails console`,

If I do rvm get head I get this error

 * WARNING: Above files contains `PATH=` with no `$PATH` inside, this can break RVM,
    for details check https://github.com/wayneeseguin/rvm/issues/1351#issuecomment-10939525
    to avoid this warning append #PATH.

And I am on the bash shell. The zsh shell isnt detecting rails at all :frowning:

(Joel Oliveira) #2

where was it that you were running rails s? From inside your application’s directory?

What happens if you do bundle exec rails s instead?

(Kevin Leugers) #3

It looks like you’re having similar problems as this stackoverflow post. Are you trying to run rails s from inside the engine’s directory?

Posting your question to stackoverflow might get more eyes to look at the problem if you’re unsuccessful here.

(Charlieanna) #4

Still getting the same error

Bundler is using a binstub that was created for a different gem.
This is deprecated, in future versions you may need to `bundle binstub xmppify` to work around a system/bundle conflict.