If you use Camping::Session, this could be useful to you.
I was tearing my hair out because all of a sudden after I deleted my
~/.camping.db, my camping app completely failed despite the
.create method that had worked perfectly well before. The error
is identical to the one you get if you try to use the
sqlite3-ruby gem without
swig bindings installed.
So, I tried every possible combination of installs, uninstalls, library paths, and even looked in the
sqlite3-ruby sources, where it seemed that some table was empty when it wasn’t supposed to be.
It wasn’t until I switched to MySQL that I really figured out the problem.
No such table 'sessions'.
If you are using Camping::Session, you need the line
Camping::Models::Session.create_schema in your
.create method. I had run the camping examples before, and this had created the sessions table in my
~/.camping.db. But when I reset the database that table got destroyed, never to return.
sqlite3-ruby’s error reporting is less than awesome.