Got some strange behaviour on the admin pages after a clean install of
version 1.3.2 (last stable))

On the admin pages:

- I can't add line items to orders, because the field to do it does'nt open
(in the order-edit page)
- I can't see (much less edit) the taxonomy trees (in the
configuration-taxonomies page)

It is a new clean installation on a clean independent gemset (on Ubuntu
10.04; I tried it with same results on MacOS).

The first problem (line items SKUs) also happens in my source-code
installation (cloned from github, commit 2f2ef44e9716...). I saw some posts
suggesting the update of jquery-rails to '~> 2.2.0', so I tried that, but
it did'nt fix the problem.

Here follows my Gemfile:

========= GEMFILE =========================
source 'https://rubygems.org'

gem 'rails', '3.2.12'

gem 'mysql2'

group :assets do
gem 'sass-rails', '~> 3.2.3'
gem 'coffee-rails', '~> 3.2.1'
gem 'uglifier', '>= 1.0.3'
end

gem 'jquery-rails'
gem 'spree', '1.3.2'
gem 'spree_gateway', :github => 'spree/spree_gateway', :branch =>
'1-3-stable'
gem 'spree_auth_devise', :github => 'spree/spree_auth_devise', :branch =>
'1-3-stable'
==========================================================

Here follow my installation steps:

======== INSTALLATION STEPS ===========================
antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm use 1.9.3
antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm gemset create spree_1_3_2_mysql
antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm use 1.9.3@spree_1_3_2_mysql # New
clean gemset


antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ gem install rails -v 3.2.12
antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ gem install spree --version=1.3.2 #
Installed gems

antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ cd railsdev/spree/ # My
Development Folder

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ rails _3.2.12_ new
spree_1_3_2_mysql -d mysql --skip-test-unit # New Rails app

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ cd spree_1_3_2_mysql
antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ echo 'rvm
--create use 1.9.3@spree_1_3_2_mysql > /dev/null' > .rvmrc
antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ cd ..
antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ cd spree_1_3_2_mysql #
Created, activated and checked .rvmrc file in the application root folder

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ rake
db:create # Should create the MySQL dbase now, to avoid spree install
failing

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ spree
install # Installed spree

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git init
antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git add .
antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git commit -m
"Initial Commit" # git repository and initial commit

antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ bundle exec
rake assets:precompile:nondigest

=================================================================

Could anybody help with explanations or suggestions ?

Anticipated thanks,

Antonio

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  • Ryan Bigg at Mar 26, 2013 at 9:50 pm
    Hi Antonio,

    If you haven't already, please open an issue for these problems on
    https://github.com/spree/spree/issues.

    Thanks!

    On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 2:26 AM, antoniov wrote:

    Got some strange behaviour on the admin pages after a clean install of
    version 1.3.2 (last stable))

    On the admin pages:

    - I can't add line items to orders, because the field to do it does'nt
    open (in the order-edit page)
    - I can't see (much less edit) the taxonomy trees (in the
    configuration-taxonomies page)

    It is a new clean installation on a clean independent gemset (on Ubuntu
    10.04; I tried it with same results on MacOS).

    The first problem (line items SKUs) also happens in my source-code
    installation (cloned from github, commit 2f2ef44e9716...). I saw some posts
    suggesting the update of jquery-rails to '~> 2.2.0', so I tried that, but
    it did'nt fix the problem.

    Here follows my Gemfile:

    ========= GEMFILE =========================
    source 'https://rubygems.org'

    gem 'rails', '3.2.12'

    gem 'mysql2'

    group :assets do
    gem 'sass-rails', '~> 3.2.3'
    gem 'coffee-rails', '~> 3.2.1'
    gem 'uglifier', '>= 1.0.3'
    end

    gem 'jquery-rails'
    gem 'spree', '1.3.2'
    gem 'spree_gateway', :github => 'spree/spree_gateway', :branch =>
    '1-3-stable'
    gem 'spree_auth_devise', :github => 'spree/spree_auth_devise', :branch =>
    '1-3-stable'
    ==========================================================

    Here follow my installation steps:

    ======== INSTALLATION STEPS ===========================
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm use 1.9.3
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm gemset create spree_1_3_2_mysql
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ rvm use 1.9.3@spree_1_3_2_mysql #
    New clean gemset


    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ gem install rails -v 3.2.12
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ gem install spree --version=1.3.2 #
    Installed gems

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~$ cd railsdev/spree/ # My
    Development Folder

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ rails _3.2.12_ new
    spree_1_3_2_mysql -d mysql --skip-test-unit # New Rails app

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ cd spree_1_3_2_mysql
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ echo 'rvm
    --create use 1.9.3@spree_1_3_2_mysql > /dev/null' > .rvmrc
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ cd ..
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree$ cd spree_1_3_2_mysql #
    Created, activated and checked .rvmrc file in the application root folder

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ rake
    db:create # Should create the MySQL dbase now, to avoid spree install
    failing

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ spree
    install # Installed spree

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git init
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git add .
    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ git commit -m
    "Initial Commit" # git repository and initial commit

    antonio@antonio-desktop:~/railsdev/spree/spree_1_3_2_mysql$ bundle exec
    rake assets:precompile:nondigest

    =================================================================

    Could anybody help with explanations or suggestions ?

    Anticipated thanks,

    Antonio

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