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Real Console Helpers — err.the_blog
Dec 11, 2006 ... You might recall I’m somewhat fond of irb and the Rails console. ... Like I said, I want to be able to do helper :application ...
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Organize Your Models — err.the_blog
In this case we have three: database models, which map directly to a database ... Now, how do we get Rails to recognize the models in these subdirectories ...
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I'm Paginating Again — err.the_blog
We’ve all been paginating for a few months now with will_paginate because it’s ... Mislav’s rewrite converted the paginate method to return not an array of ...
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My Rails Toolbox — err.the_blog
First made known to me by technoweenie, Piston is an incredible tool for managing ... So that’s my toolbox. Maybe I missed a few screws or rulers, sure, ...
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My Rails Toolbox — err.the_blog
First made known to me by technoweenie, Piston is an incredible tool for managing ... So that’s my toolbox. Maybe I missed a few screws or rulers, sure, ...
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Sake Bomb! — err.the_blog
Jun 25, 2007 ... Sake is system-wide Rake. It works pretty much like how you’d expect .... Now, thanks to Sake, I can just make these scripts into Rake files ...
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Sake Bomb! — err.the_blog
Jun 25, 2007 ... Sake is system-wide Rake. It works pretty much like how you’d expect it to ... sake -T err.rake sake db:version # Returns the current schema ...
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Sake Bomb! — err.the_blog
Jun 25, 2007 ... Yikes, that’s Rails-specific. Let’s install that task and see what happens. $ sake -i err.rake db:version # Installing task `db:version' ...
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Organize Your Models — err.the_blog
Maybe this is just for Rails 1.2+ but I have a single-table-inheritance set up and so I have a table with all sorts of widgets. So I have a widget model. ...
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Sessions N Such — err.the_blog
Sep 5, 2006 ... The default storage for sessions in Rails is what’s known as PStore. Think of your Rails app as a bicycle and PStore as training wheels. ...
 
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