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[02:54:15] freedrull: is this a bug? seems like there should be parentheses around the two sides of the OR https://gist.github.com/mcfiredrill/56f8705d7d41e7717e05d0839615c574
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[03:49:05] adavia: Is there any adapter for AMS like the normalizr library?
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[04:02:01] desnudopenguino: I'm trying to add the propeller.in css/js/font set to my rails 5 project in the /vendor directory, and cannot get the fonts to load properly. I have the fonts under /vendor/assets/fonts/propeller/roboto/ and the css (not sass or scss) files are in /vendor/assets/stylesheets/propeller/ I can't seem to get the paths right for the fonts
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[04:14:20] Radar: desnudopenguino: consider using font-url.
[04:14:21] Radar: desnudopenguino: !assets
[04:14:22] helpa: desnudopenguino: http://guides.rubyonrails.org/asset_pipeline.html - The Asset Pipeline Guide by Ryan Bigg, Richard Hulse & Mohammad Typaldos
[04:46:46] adavia: Is there any adapter for AMS like the normalizr library?
[04:56:48] desnudopenguino: Radar: thanks mate!
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[05:46:10] vedu: Hello. I am having a strange issue with selecting my ruby version. I have ruby-2.4.1 but `rails s` says I have 2.3.3. terminal outputs: https://gist.github.com/vedant1811/a38fb048381747d8860a1661fcd3c765
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[06:09:58] desnudopenguino: are you using rvm or anything?
[06:11:51] vedu: desnudopenguino: I'm using chruby
[06:13:28] JDeen: Hello.. I would appreciate some advice with Grape+Swagger+Rails...
[06:14:01] JDeen: I am writing an api following josn api v1 specs..
[06:14:33] JDeen: is it possible in swagger to accept body data rather than a paramter ?
[06:17:23] JDeen: i am sounding confusing... what i want is to document the format of the `body`
[06:17:40] JDeen: rather than a pram
[06:19:07] dminuoso: jdeen: What's the HTTP verb?
[06:20:11] JDeen: dminuoso: POST/PATCH
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[06:38:22] desnudopenguino: vedu: sorry was afk for a few. I'm not familiar with chruby. that's a strange issue though
[06:38:47] desnudopenguino: it appears you don't even have a 2.3 version installed
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[06:39:44] desnudopenguino: vedu what's gem -v give you?
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[06:42:01] desnudopenguino: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35862231/your-ruby-version-is-2-2-4-but-your-gemfile-specified-2-3-0 might help. The project may have started with ruby 2.3.3 but on your machine it is not installed, and things are breaking
[06:44:57] desnudopenguino: so the solution in your case would be to add ruby v 2.3.3 and run with that. Or at least start there, and then update everything to run with 2.4.1
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[07:13:37] dminuoso: vedu: This issue if often related to bash's internal caching mechanism.
[07:13:48] dminuoso: vedu: Use `hash -r` to force a rehash, and see if the problem persists.
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[07:19:57] vedu: dminuoso: I was continuously opening new shells, but was the same thing
[07:20:33] vedu: Finally I reinstalled ruby and removed the gems to fix the problem
[07:22:52] dminuoso: vedu: Im guessing you had a weird rails binstub from an old version floating around
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[07:27:40] vedu: dminuoso: the funny thing is, the error was I have 2.3.3. But I never installed ruby 2.3.3. I switched from 2.2.4 to 2.4.1
[07:31:51] desnudopenguino: it's those damn gremlins again
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[07:35:45] dminuoso: vedu: What operating system are you on?
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[07:40:48] vedu: dminuoso: ubuntu
[07:41:00] dminuoso: vedu: Perhaps you have some system installed ruby?
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[07:45:09] vedu: dminuoso: omg I was pretty sure I didn't. I just removed them
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[07:46:06] dminuoso: vedu: Did you by any chance install rails through that?
[07:47:21] vedu: dminuoso: no it's not being used. `which ruby` gives me '/home/vedant/.rubies/ruby-2.4.1/bin/ruby'
[07:47:50] vedu: and `which rails`: /home/vedant/.gem/ruby/2.4.1/bin/rails
[07:49:38] dminuoso: vedu: `which rails` wont tell you the entire truth.
[07:53:09] vedu: dminuoso: then how can I find out?
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[07:58:59] dminuoso: vedu: The issue is that that is just a binstub.
[07:59:38] dminuoso: vedu: Along the way it will attempt to load the real program. And that process could be hampered if bash is feeling insecure.
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[08:12:56] vedu: dminuoso: hmm. lets hope that doesn't
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[08:13:33] Abhijit: is it safe to use 5.1.2 for production or i shall use 5.0 only?
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[08:33:44] dionysus69: hello everyone
[08:33:56] dionysus69: I am having trouble sorting through multiple models
[08:34:17] dionysus69: so atm I have this scope :by_debt_descending, lambda { joins(:client_debt_data).order("client_debt_data.amount_the_end DESC").uniq }
[08:36:10] dionysus69: but client_debt_datum belongs to week, and I also want it to be sorted by week. where should I handle that from ? can i include sort by week from this scope or am I forced to make a default scope on client_debt_datum model so it is by default scoped by week and then I would apply this sort
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[09:20:08] vedu: Hello. My puma is not restarting on deploy. Full question with code: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44967067/cap-deploy-doesnt-restart-puma-but-cap-deploy-restart-does
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[10:04:46] dminuoso: Doing my first CSS3 transitions. I feel shabby
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[13:54:57] dionysus69: can anyone please! help me translate gisted ruby sort method into sql order query?
[13:56:12] dionysus69: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/357ab9043e663a21cb9dc059f37ea7dd
[13:56:57] dionysus69: I don't know how to insert that "last" inside a sql query
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[13:58:16] dminuoso: dionysus69: That sort is not "stable"
[13:59:05] dminuoso: dionysus69: The Ruby one.
[13:59:20] dionysus69: because of that last?
[13:59:24] dionysus69: last keyword?
[13:59:34] dionysus69: that's the only way I could sort to my needs
[13:59:45] dminuoso: dionysus69: No because sorting like that is not stable in SQL.
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[14:00:09] dminuoso: dionysus69: If you take two rows and both produce -1 for a given row, SQL guarantees no order between those.
[14:00:18] dionysus69: so any recommendations? because i am bashing my head on this for 2 days :D
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[14:00:36] dminuoso: dionysus69: Describe in words what you want that sort to do.
[14:01:41] dionysus69: so contractor has many client_debt_data which in turns belongs to many weeks. in my particular case in just happens that last client_debt_data is also in last week so it gets easier since I dont need to additionally sort by weeks
[14:02:25] dionysus69: so I want to get activerecord collection proxy of contractors sorted by their debt which is in their last record of client_debt_data.amount_the_end
[14:03:21] dionysus69: it shouldn't be hard but I just dont know sql, at all :D and I dont know active record that well to solve this problem without ruby
[14:04:26] dionysus69: but as it gets to thousands of rows sorting in cases takes 10+ seconds for contractors having lots of client_debt_data
[14:05:22] dminuoso: dionysus69: So just order("debt DESC") ?
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[14:05:31] dminuoso: or the more railsy way: order(debt: :desc)
[14:05:40] dionysus69: that never came to my mind
[14:05:45] dionysus69: but i ll try right now
[14:06:31] dminuoso: dionysus69: You should look at the query plan for the resulting query.
[14:06:42] dminuoso: Because this can quickly get expensive without proper indices.
[14:07:51] dionysus69: PG::UndefinedColumn: ERROR: column "debt" does not exist
[14:08:05] dionysus69: debt is just a AR method not a column, you sure what you suggested makes sense in my case?
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[14:14:04] dminuoso: Then tell me what that method does?
[14:14:11] dminuoso: Or do you expect me to be an oracle?
[14:15:09] dminuoso: dionysus69: I dont think you can do this without grouping
[14:15:24] dionysus69: this is all it does client_debt_data.last.amount_the_end, has many client_debt_data and takes last and gets the float value, just dont know how to translate that in SQL :)
[14:15:37] dionysus69: I would group I just dont know what it is :D
[14:20:29] dionysus69: dminuoso: oh I think I got it, I would group by week_id supposedly and then get client_debt_data.amount_the_end from the last group
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[14:32:07] xco: when i was upgrading my rails 4 to 5, i got a deprication warning on #deliver for #deliver_now. now that i’m on rails 5 i curiously changed back to #deliver from #deliver_now and the warning is gone. isn’t this strange?
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[14:34:07] xco: why was i getting the warning in the first place if it #deliver wasn’t deprecated?
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[15:09:29] matthewd: xco: It was deprecated; that's why there was a warning
[15:10:51] xco: matthewd: ok i get that. but now i’m on Rails 5 and i change back to using #deliver and i don’t get anywarning/error
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[15:14:44] matthewd: Ah, that may actually be a bug/oversight
[15:15:43] xco: matthewd: that brings up the question, how can i make asynchronouse deliveries now?
[15:16:49] matthewd: deliver_later.. did the deprecation message not make that clear?
[15:20:00] xco: it did, i forgot what exactly it said. BUT i still feel i should get some error/warning if #deliver is deprecated
[15:20:44] matthewd: IIRC the original plan was actually to make #deliver an alias for #deliver_later
[15:21:07] matthewd: But it looks like it just got removed, and might now be accidentally working because of Reasons
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[15:22:52] lamduh: I know the site says rails is cross platform, but I have had problems in the past with windows. Is it better now?
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[15:29:47] boreddanman: sup guys, does anyone have experience getting Devise to authenticate to an external database? (Im building an app for users on my already existing wordpress site)
[15:30:11] boreddanman: Ive googled plenty of tutorials but they all seem to say different things, and i havent had much success with any of them
[15:30:41] boreddanman: currently unsure if i should implement my own authentication strategy or just override the sessions controller
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[17:24:00] shilon: hi everyone, I’m trying to add on my channels#index all the categories and inside each @channels I want to put the latest 5 posts of each… I’m not able to do this. I’m trying @post_channels = PostChannel.where(channel_id: @channels.ids) but all channels show all posts. Is there anyway to do this?
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[18:33:01] Scriptonaut: does anyone know how I can generate a migration that is the opposite of an existing migration?
[18:33:24] Scriptonaut: I have a migration that changes a column type from string to text. It was run in production like a month ago, but now I want to undo it.
[18:33:28] Scriptonaut: so I need to make a new migration
[18:33:43] Scriptonaut: is there a handy command that will just make a new migration, that just swaps the "up" and the "down" of my existing migration?
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[18:35:19] Scriptonaut: oh, this is a good idea: https://makandracards.com/makandra/6641-creating-the-inverse-of-a-rails-migration
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[19:00:09] patarr: Does RAILS_ENV support aliases? My use case is I want to add an env that is identical to production, so I don't want to just copy all the environment settings files for no good reason.
[19:00:26] patarr: And the reason I actually want another ENV string is for tools like Airbrake to reflect accurate information
[19:00:49] fryguy: configure at that level, not the rails environment level
[19:01:15] fryguy: besides activehash, what are some options for storing activemodel objects in memory?
[19:01:37] patarr: fryguy: so you're saying make the airbrake environment string configurable?
[19:01:49] fryguy: patarr: yes
[19:02:03] patarr: That's.. actually perfect.
[19:02:13] patarr: Make it an ENV var with a fallback to RAILS_ENV.
[19:02:17] patarr: Override when necessary. Sweet.
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[19:04:30] broman: can someone please help me? I have 2 environments: development and production... I have 2 domains and I want to save something on my database with full path depending on the environment I am... how can I do that? Is there something like Rails.root for the domain?
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[19:05:26] fryguy: broman: request.host
[19:05:38] Scriptonaut: fryguy: activeyaml?
[19:05:44] Scriptonaut: not sure if that's what you mean
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[19:07:00] broman: fryguy, how to use this on my controller? request.host+"/pathtofile" ?
[19:07:11] Scriptonaut: oh, active_yaml is part of active_hash
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[19:15:31] patarr: broman: something like request.host is not a good solution because most likely your app will be sitting behind a load balancer at some point. My first inclination would be to ask why you feel the need to store the entire path and see if you can re-architect that, and if not, you can pass in your application's URL as an environment variable and use it where you need it, such as
[19:15:37] patarr: URI::join(ENV['APP_URL'], "/sumtin")
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[19:16:48] patarr: broman: it may still work right if your LB is properly setting the HTTP_X_FORWARDED_HOST header though
[19:16:55] broman: thanks patarr
[19:17:18] patarr: broman: click "View Source" on this method here to see where it gets the information from: https://apidock.com/rails/v4.2.7/ActionDispatch/Http/URL/raw_host_with_port
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[20:22:02] Drillan767: Hello, I have a weird error when I try to wrap some resources into the 'authenticate :users' from rails
[20:22:22] Drillan767: if I do the following
[20:22:23] Drillan767: https://gist.github.com/Drillan767/a4ffaf27a81ab520c8c4c6b397d393d5
[20:22:57] Drillan767: I get "undefined method `failure_app' for nil:NilClass", targetting the line "Devise.mappings[scope.to_sym].failure_app"
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[20:23:16] Drillan767: Have you guys encountered such thing?
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[20:46:54] hwdyki: hi....how can i set an explict cert authority in ldap.yaml?
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[20:52:42] hwdyki: using ActiveLDAP.
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[22:21:07] art-solopov: Are there any resources/libraries/good practices on managing an object with flexible schema in Rails?
[22:22:02] art-solopov: Basically, I want to have a model with a JSON field which schema would be customized via a config variable. I'm a bit lost right now since I'm not sure how to implement all this stuff. Is there anything I can read or any libraries I can use?
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