Cannot Get Google Calendar Plugin to show in Administration -> Information (thus, no tab shows)

Added by Lee Taylor over 9 years ago

Hi all,

I've gotten all things installed correctly I believe, though for some reason cannot get the Google Plugin to show in the

Here's the error I'm getting when trying to run this command:

Command

[root@host plugins]# git-rails install git://github.com/mully/redmine_google_calendar.git

Error

argument(plugin_name)) 0/1

Any ideas?

I'm running git version 1.5.6

Thanks for your help

- Lee

Replies (5)

RE: Cannot Get Google Calendar Plugin to show in Administration -> Information (thus, no tab shows) - Added by Jim Mulholland over 9 years ago

Hi Lee,

I hadn't seen that error before.

Did you try a git clone?

$ cd {RAILS_ROOT}/vendor/plugins 
$ git clone git://github.com/mully/redmine_google_calendar.git

RE: Cannot Get Google Calendar Plugin to show in Administration -> Information (thus, no tab shows) - Added by Lee Taylor over 9 years ago

Sorry, got cut off.

I see this file in the vendors/plugins directory: redmine_google_calendar

Thus, evidently it's in there. I'm getting this error when trying to restart my app though, with this command:

Command

sudo mongrel_rails cluster::restart (as I'm running it from a mongrel cluster)

Error

@[root@host plugins]# sudo mongrel_rails cluster::restart
  • Ruby version is not up-to-date; loading cgi_multipart_eof_fix
    !!! Configuration file does not exist. Run mongrel_rails cluster::configure.
    cluster::restart reported an error. Use mongrel_rails cluster::restart -h to get help.
    [root@host plugins]# @

RE: Cannot Get Google Calendar Plugin to show in Administration -> Information (thus, no tab shows) - Added by Jim Mulholland over 9 years ago

Hi Lee,

Odd that this plugin would cause mongrel cluster to not find your configuration file.

Are you able to restart without any problems after removing the plugin?

RE: Cannot Get Google Calendar Plugin to show in Administration -> Information (thus, no tab shows) - Added by Lee Taylor over 9 years ago

Jim,

Thank you for taking the time on this report. Evidently, when restarting the mongrel cluster, there was a configuration file that threw out an error, in which it somehow wasn't updating the entire App we have running.

We caught this yesterday, and had our server tech team fix the config file, and then restart the cluster. Everything is working well now, and we greatly appreciate you taking interest in helping us with this.

Very appreciative,
Lee

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