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[01:50:07] iliketurtles: I have a model with an integer column that I want to ensure is never greater than a "ceiling" or less than a "floor". This model is also used in memory to build up a hash of attributes for an external service call, BEFORE it is ever validated or saved. What's a good way to implement that ensure logic? I considered overwriting the writer method, like `def my_column=(val)` and call super as well, but that seems hacky.
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[02:09:52] cerulean: i have conquered sprocks 5.0 to webpack 5.1 transition hell !!!!
[02:10:04] cerulean: honestly considering writing a blog. the docs were NOT worth it
[02:10:20] cerulean: no offense, whoever wrote all those webpacker docs, you really helped, and i am just an idiot as we all know
[02:10:32] cerulean: MUST.. SUBMIT. DOCS. PULLREQUEST
[02:10:56] cerulean: we made it tho, and im glad the summa bitch sprockets is gone from JS asset pipeline land
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[03:00:54] fschuindt: does whenever's runner runs initializers before executing?
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[03:24:08] cerulean: I decided to write that blog post
[03:24:09] cerulean: https://mixflameaudio.tumblr.com/post/160105529257/sprockets-to-webpack-gotchas-rails-50-to-51
[03:24:22] cerulean: love, Mixflame engineering <3
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[05:47:58] bios: hey *... I've got a question on the best way to do something.. I have an event modeled and I want to add a list of speakers to the form. I want it so the user can click an 'add speaker' button and it adds a new field to the form. then when they hit submit, I think I'll just push them all to an array instead of model the speakers... any suggestions on how to do that, from a form standpoint?
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[06:58:44] tbuehlmann: bios: is this about the view part?
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[07:39:37] hnanon: I'm having some trouble passing an argument to another method.
[07:39:42] hnanon: I have the following:
[07:39:46] hnanon: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/3b552acc4dbb6ccba77a0b3a95353dec
[07:40:27] hnanon: I'm getting the error: wrong number of arguments (given 0, expected 1)
[07:40:28] tbuehlmann: hnanon: when you self.send(:charge_paid_must_be_true, user), it tries to call a class method, not an instance method. charge_paid_must_be_true(user) is an instance method
[07:41:54] hnanon: tbuehlmann: I tried that too and I'm getting the same error.
[07:42:17] tbuehlmann: can you gist the actual user.rb file plus the code you're calling plus the error?
[07:45:18] hnanon: tbuehlmann: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/d62c2cd1920caeaf0e300f7e2d678bcb
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[07:46:14] tbuehlmann: how do you call the method?
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[07:47:18] hnanon: Ah, sorry.
[07:47:27] hnanon: self.charge_stripe_customer(user) is called from the controller.
[07:47:43] tbuehlmann: self from the controller?
[07:47:47] tbuehlmann: can you gist that, too?
[07:48:38] hnanon: It's just the following two lines in the create action:
[07:48:47] hnanon: User.create_stripe_customer(@user, @user.stripe_token, @card)
[07:48:53] hnanon: User.charge_stripe_customer(@user)
[07:49:23] hnanon: I'm able to both create and charge a customer.
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[07:59:40] hnanon: I'll be back in a little bit.
[08:04:16] tbuehlmann: could you please gist the full error stack trace so we can see where the error happens?
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[09:29:08] cerulean: yo guys anyone wanna try out my site heheh?
[09:29:25] cerulean: yo, does anyone know any easy canvas replacement for webgl (not pixi.js!) i need drawImage
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[09:29:45] cerulean: pixi is rigid, and i dont understand gl vertex matrix blahblah compueterscience
[09:29:59] cerulean: pixi almost worked, but no drawImage
[09:30:08] cerulean: i guess its for games?
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[13:09:08] shilon: Hi everyone, is there a way to automatically add to the mailer, the option of “View this email in browser”?
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[14:43:44] mrgreenfur: I have a multi-tenant rails app and I’m thinking of makign per-tenant materialized views to make the experience and db resulsts faster. The tables would be something like ABC_tenant_id. Anyone ever tried having a dynamic table_name in a model before?
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[17:04:49] tbuehlmann: mrgreenfur: not this way, but postgres schemas allow for tenant-scoped tables without naming them differently
[17:05:15] tbuehlmann: the apartment gem offers this, see https://github.com/influitive/apartment
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[17:45:51] morfin: ActionCable is nice thing
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[17:54:27] thesubr00t: How can I sort an array of object by calling an instance method on each element?
[17:56:08] tbuehlmann: thesubr00t: there's #sort_by, like array.sort_by { |element| element.some_method }
[17:57:06] thesubr00t: tbuehlmann, thanks!
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[18:28:01] baweaver: thesubr00t: you can also shorthand that: collection.sort_by(&:method_name)
[18:28:59] baweaver: Just make sure you're not doing something in Ruby you could be doing in SQL with its sorting options
[18:29:04] baweaver: because one is significantly faster
[18:31:16] thesubr00t: baweaver, this bit of code must be done using ruby no db side.. here is the snippet I want to re-factor https://gist.github.com/thesubr00t/540931e234a0ce8829c3f90142b450f8
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[18:32:55] baweaver: max would work better there
[18:33:42] baweaver: though I still have a feeling this could be expressed in SQL
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[18:36:18] thesubr00t: baweaver, the data are collected from a third party API :)
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[18:37:38] hnanon: How can I adapt this into a migration: http://blog.bigbinary.com/2016/04/04/rails-5-provides-application-config-to-use-UUID-as-primary-key.html
[18:37:57] hnanon: I want to change the the primary key from id to uuid.
[18:38:04] hnanon: Using Rails 5.0.
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[18:46:43] havenwood: hnanon: When going to a UUID the old ID is irrelevant, since the new ID is unique.
[18:47:50] havenwood: hnanon: The new default is a bigint. Doing uuid for fun or profit?
[18:48:15] dminuoso: uuid are great. they unique and stuff.
[18:48:43] havenwood: id stuff in particular.
[18:49:08] dminuoso: the first u stands for really.
[18:49:13] dminuoso: they are "really unique"
[18:49:19] dminuoso: kind of special.
[18:49:59] havenwood: hnanon: SecureRandom.uuid
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[18:51:06] havenwood: hnanon: Or you could use the Postgres uuid-ossp module.
[18:51:44] havenwood: hnanon: This writeup looks good: http://blog.arkency.com/2014/10/how-to-start-using-uuid-in-activerecord-with-postgresql/
[18:52:11] dminuoso: We thought about uuid but realized what kind of horrible implications it has.
[18:52:48] hnanon: havenwood: I think Rails 5 has some built-in functionality to enable it.
[18:54:10] hotpancakes: Just trying out new release of 5.1 now. Is it expected behavior for the resource generator to output directories named `ur_ls/` and for the controller to be named `UrLsController` when given `URL` as the desired resource name to the generator?
[18:54:45] hnanon: havenwood: So is something like this even necessary: enable_extension 'uuid-ossp'
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[19:19:42] hotpancakes: It looks like documentation is lacking for how to use yarn with the Rails 5.1 asset pipeline. What do I need to do to, say, use Bootstrap with Rails after adding it via yarn?
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[20:28:04] lupine: horrible implications?
[20:28:21] lupine: TBH you don't really need them most of the time
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[21:13:29] dminuoso: HoierM: sure it is. UrLs is a made up way of writing things.
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[22:01:53] cucho__: Hello. I started a new Rails 5.1 app, but delayed_job_active_record doesn't work with 5.1 yet (the activerecord dependency is defined as <5.1 in the Gemfile). Does anyone know how to fix this, or can recommend a queue that can work with ActiveJob and don't need a extra service (eg Redis) to work?
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[22:02:48] mikecmpbll: cucho__ : unless there's an actual incompatibility, probably just fork it and update the dependency
[22:03:12] mikecmpbll: obviously create issue & pull request if everything's okay
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[22:03:44] mikecmpbll: 5.1 was released a few days ago, a lot of maintainers wouldn't have had the time to update CI yet
[22:05:43] cucho__: mikecmpbll Thank you!
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[22:23:20] cucho__: I could not make it work... Maybe it is time to change my queuing to one more modern. I have read about Resque and Sidekiq. Which one is easier to setup for a newbie in Heroku. Should I be concerned about the fact the Sidekiq requires thread-safety and Resque not? (I don't know what thread safety is so I'm inclined to choose Resque over this)
[22:24:08] cucho__: (my job load is very light)
[22:25:26] mikecmpbll: sidekiq is popular, probably more than any other.
[22:27:00] cucho__: Yes, I have seen that Sidekiq is very popular. And that is a plus for me as it is easier to find tutorials, etc.
[22:29:04] mikecmpbll: nice not to have another dependency though. so DJ has that appeal. if your jobs are more of the sort of delayed jobs
[22:29:10] mikecmpbll: i.e. jobs for a later time, scheduled
[22:29:15] mikecmpbll: opt for DJ imo
[22:29:31] mikecmpbll: if there's a lot of them and they're just async operations, go for sidekiq
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[22:33:41] cucho__: Thanks mikecmpbll
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[22:53:19] mrgreenfur: thanks tbuehlmann
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[23:43:15] hnanon: I have this in a Card model: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/d4c9e5b9e7b213e73ea1d17defbb34f7
[23:43:46] hnanon: I'm purposefully triggering Stripe::AuthenticationError.
[23:44:47] hnanon: I expect to rescue the error and to display the error message to the user via: errors.add :base, "Unable to charge your card. Please try again."
[23:45:33] hnanon: However, I just get the rails error page titled: Stripe::AuthenticationError...
[23:46:05] hnanon: logger.error "Stripe Error: " + e.message is also not logging the error.
[23:46:21] hnanon: Does this all mean that I'm not rescuing properly?
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[23:51:42] jon31: hey guys, any ideas why the "Views" portion of the response takes 436ms in this scenario? https://gist.github.com/anonymous/37495f070f62879cf6ddd5dca8d344d8
[23:56:05] adambecker: @Jon31 does it take that long every time? Maybe it's just a one time GC run?
[23:56:32] jon31: every single time usually it's even longer
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