Rake test - functionals! fail

Jeff Meyer jeff at gwhat.org
Mon Oct 22 03:22:02 GMT 2012

Yes, but the instructions are a little vague for a new guy like me. When I
followed the steps below, I believe the maptile functions ended up in the
public schema, which may not be the correct place to put them.

My comments from the Discussions section of that page:


In the Quadtile installation section, the user is asked to "log into pgsql"
and do...

Log into PgSQL and execute the CREATE FUNCTION statement from
maptile.c's comment:

sudo -u postgres -i


CREATE FUNCTION maptile_for_point(int8, int8, int4) RETURNS int4 AS
'maptile_for_point' LANGUAGE C STRICT;

CREATE FUNCTION tile_for_point(int4, int4) RETURNS int8 AS
'tile_for_point' LANGUAGE C STRICT;

Q: This will create functions in the public schema for the postgres
instance, which I believe should be fine, but I am not sure.

On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 8:17 PM, John Firebaugh <john.firebaugh at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 7:50 PM, Jeff Meyer <jeff at gwhat.org> wrote:
>> Trying to clean up the Rails Port installation instructions a bit, but
>> cannot seem to get the rake test stuff to work properly.
>> I am getting a few errors along the way, but rake test doesn't appear to
>> complete, and fails with the following message:
>> Errors running test:functionals! #<RuntimeError: Command failed with
>> status (1): [/usr/bin/ruby1.8 -I"lib:test" -I"/usr/lib/...]>
>> Full output at:
>> https://gist.github.com/3929354
>> Anything obvious I might be doing wrong?
> Did you install the quadtile functions?
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/The_Rails_Port#Installing_the_quadtile_functions
> John

Jeff Meyer
Global World History Atlas
jeff at gwhat.org
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