Ruby on Rails Sunday, February 5, 2017
I am working on a Rails Project using OrientDB as Database ( https://github.com/topofocus/active-orient )
This gem initializes any available database-class and assigns it to model-classes.
For me its convenient to recognize, which database-classes are found, when starting the console.
Thus I patched the source in railties/rails/lib/commands/console.rb
Obviously, I am not happy with this dirty approach.
How is this done properly?
I want to execute some ruby-code after any initialization of the core and before the first command can be entered.
This code prints out some status information.
Any help is appreciated
greetings from Stuttgart
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