Topic: Launching Soundcloud-Remix app. Open Source
I require assistance launching a ruby rails application. SoundCloud-Remix is an open source app for running remix competitions on an independent webpage outside of SoundCloud. The application is about a year old and is not supported by the author or user forums.
I followed pre instructions for set up here - https://github.com/soundcloud/soundcloud-remix#readme
And followed the screen cast to launch application. - http://vimeo.com/14060526
Problem I am getting is on launching the database, using the ‘rake db:migrate’ command my present error is...
Sean-Doyles-MacBook-Pro:plpcomp seandoyle$ rake db:migrate rake/rdoctask is deprecated. Use rdoc/task instead (in RDoc 2.4.2+) rake aborted! You have a nil object when you didn't expect it! You might have expected an instance of ActiveRecord::Base. The error occurred while evaluating nil. Tasks: TOP => db:migrate => environment (See full trace by running task with --trace)
I have experimented with different versions of ruby via Ruby Version Manager, Tried using alternative command ‘bundle exec rake db:migrate'’ I have managed to get the error to just say
rake/rdoctask is deprecated. Use rdoc/task instead (in RDoc 2.4.2+) rake aborted! uninitialized constant ActiveSupport::Dependencies::Mutex
I also got rid of this error at one point and it gave me a different error about will paginate version not communicating with the rails version. I cant remember the details of this error exactly unfortunately.
I have noticed on the screen cast instructions when the server is being launched that a warning appears which may or may not be relevant to this issue.
Warning: Gem: :Dependency#version_requirements is deprecated and will be removed on or after August 2010. Use #requirement
I am not sure if I have installed bundler correctly as the set up guide is based on using your own app. I was wondering if it would help to create an app using bundler on my machine first before deploying this.
Any assistance or ideas would be greatly appreciated.