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Ruby

Brian Goldstein
Brian Goldstein
19,419 Points

Syntax error after writing tests

Hi! after I finished the testing the whole app badge, I can't get treebook to open. I keep getting "syntax error, unexpected keyword_end" in StatusesController#index. here's the whole error message: SyntaxError in StatusesController#index

C:/Sites/Treebook/app/models/status.rb:10: syntax error, unexpected keyword_end Rails.root: C:/Sites/Treebook

app/controllers/statuses_controller.rb:1:in `<top (required)>' and here is the code referenced: app/views/status/index.html.erb

 <div class="page-header">
 <h1>Newsfeed</h1>
 </div>

 <%= link_to "Post a New Status", new_status_path, class:"btn btn-success" %>

 <% @statuses.each do |status| %>
 <div class="status">
    <strong><%= status.user.full_name %></strong>
    <p><%= status.content %></p>
</div>
<div class="meta">
    <%= link_to time_ago_in_words(status.created_at) + " ago", status %>
    <span class="admin">
    | <%= link_to "Edit", edit_status_path(status)%></span> |
    <%= link_to "Delete", status, method: :delete, data: { confirm: "Are you sure you want to delete this status?"}%>   </span>
</div>
 <% end %> 

and app/models/status.rb class Status

< ActiveRecord::Base
  attr_accessible :content, :user_id
  belongs_to :user


  validates :content, presence: true, 
                  length: { minimum: 2}

  validates :user_id, presence: true,
end

2 Answers

Tommy Morgan
STAFF
Tommy Morgan
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Brian Goldstein -

The unexpected end is the one on line 10 in status.rb. The reason it's unexpected is because you have a comma at the end of line 9 :)

Brian Goldstein
Brian Goldstein
19,419 Points

Wow. Wow. I'm almost ashamed of that. good eye! thanks.

Tommy Morgan
Tommy Morgan
Treehouse Guest Teacher

I can only point it out because I've done it more times than I can count :)