Hi --

On Mon, 12 Jan 2009, Adam Akhtar wrote:

> hi guys, sorry this is actually a railess app. Just ruby and the
> console. Ive found a few links though that show how to use active record
> without rails though here including setting up migrations and fixutres.
>
> http://rails.aizatto.com/category/activerecord/activerecord-without-rails/
>
>
> and there is also this piece here
>
> http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowToUseActiveRecordOutsideRails
>
> does anyone know of anyother links?
>
>> From what i can tell those links dont discuss how to implement the
> automatic generation of a test version of a development db that rails
> does everytime you run a test. If anyone has a link etc id really
> appreciate it!.

I don't have a link to a complete setup but what I'd recommend is have
a look at the Rake tasks that come with Rails, and adapt them. It's
non-trivial enough that I can't offer to do it on the spot, but
reasonably straightforward and will give you some Rake practice
anyway.


David

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