Gladwright wrote in post #709136:
I had the same problem. It was a problem with scaffold-

The scaffold was creating in the migration file statements of the

t.string, :title

which should be

t.string :title

The developers have probably fixed it by now. This is just fyi for
other people encountering this problem.

This isn't a bug--it's an operator error. If you are thinking Ruby
instead of shell, you might end up doing this at the command line:
rails generate scaffold User name:string, email:string
instead of this:
rails generate scaffold User name:string email:string

The comma gets incorporated into the migration, and the migration bombs
because of it.

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