Miss Elaine Eos wrote:
> I'm new to Ruby/Rails and doing pretty well and liking it a lot.
> However, deep into one of the tutorials, I was feeling so confident that
> I went several pages (read: hours) without double-checking that my
> changes were still working.  When I finally got to the part where I
> thought "ok, I better check on this and see how it's looking", I got
> 
>    Routing Error:
>    no route found to match "myapp" with {:method=>:get...
> 
> etc.
> 
> (I'm OS X 10.4.9, up to date Ruby/Rails/Gems and Safari/FF/OmniWeb
> browsers.)
> 
> I figure it's some simple thing that I changed or left out -- but what I
> can't figure out is how do I determine WHICH simple thing I changed or
> left out?
> 
> So: I'm not asking you to debug this one for me, I'm asking how do I go
> about debugging this somewhat vague-seeming message?
> 
> Thanks!

Hi,

Check to make sure you have a myapp_controller.rb...  The error message 
is stating that Rails cannot find your controller class.

David B. Williams
http://www.cybersprocket.com
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