On Jan 13, 2006, at 3:17 PM, Austin Ziegler wrote:

> On 13/01/06, bimo remus <bmoremus / yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I am doing a tutorial from the Thomas~Hansson book and am getting  
>> this
>> error:
>>
>> Extracted source (around line #17):
>>
>> 14:     <%= link_to 'Add to Cart',
>> 15:                         {:action => 'add_to_cart',
>> 16:                             :id => product },
>> 17:                             class => 'addtocart' %>
>> 18:     </br>
>> 19:   </td>
>> 20:  </tr>
>>
>> Trace of template inclusion: /app/views/store/index.rhtml
>>
>> I've compared what I have with the book and they seem the same.  I'm
>> thinking that either I'm missing something (very possible) or  
>> maybe the
>> error is actually being generated somewhere else but I'm very  
>> green (a
>> newbie)...
>
> This is better posted to the Rails list:
>
> http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails

Is it, this time?

I know this has become our standard response, but the issue above is  
a Ruby syntax mistake.  It has nothing to do with Rails.  Is that not  
squarely in our area of expertise here?

I'm not trying to be argumentative.  I'm honestly trying to  
understand when we should forward them and when we should not.

James Edward Gray II