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[01:43:48] Caerus: I cant, for the life of me, configure webpacker to load jquery. sighs
[01:44:50] Caerus: I get the hello world from webpacker but can't find a way to make it expose jquery.
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[04:01:32] desnudopenguino: so i'm trying to use a variable in setting a future date <date>+n.<variable> like date+1.year but it is yelling at me that there is no <variable method for n:integer
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[04:09:14] havenwood: desnudopenguino: date + 1.public_send(variable)
[04:09:35] desnudopenguino: havenwood: thanks!
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[05:10:29] kazim59: so this is related to aasm.... I've a state machine, say with states :proposed, and then :identified........ and this is linear, as in, first a ProductSet is proposed, then products are identified. Logically, it makes sense to add an event :identify.
[05:11:17] kazim59: My question is, where should I write code that actually identifies the products and associates them with current ProductSet? Should it be before_enter of identified state? Or before of the event?
[05:11:51] kazim59: or should it be a separate method, which then does all the work and calls identify! at the end?
[05:13:34] kazim59: I mean I understand how state machine works, but I need a best practices kind of a thing
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[06:19:48] dionysus69: any ideas why figaro might work fine in dev and not production? env values are nil :s
[06:22:49] morfin: content_for is for top level templates as i remember(as example content_for :something in view and yield :something in layout). and <%= render :layout => '/shared/panel', :locals => {:title => 'some title'} do %>... <% end %> and in shared/panel "... yield ..." for changing content from top level right
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[07:17:50] ali_g: just in case anyone is in need of a silly tip. I needed to extract the year from a time-stamp for each row in a table and updated a newly created year column. I know these kind of things are better done directly with sql but for a couple of reasons I ended up doing it in the rails console. This is what I used:
[07:17:50] ali_g: Model.all.collect { |e| e.update_attribute(:year, e.column_with_timestamp.year) }
[07:17:50] ali_g: you get to see a nice matrix like business on your console while rails does it's thing
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[08:36:43] dionysus69: I noticed the following, 'net/http' is available in rails dev env by default, while in production it has to be explicitly required, is that the case?
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[09:28:09] kreantos: Hello, I have models in subfolders e.g. app/models/campaigns/usecases/usecase1.rb and the classname is then the following: Campaigns::Usecases::Usecase1. When I start the rails console locally I can call the class with Campaigns::Usecases::Usecase1, but on the server it tells me 'NameError: uninitialized constant Campaigns::Usecases::Usecase1'
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[13:56:03] Cork: is there a way to detect if a value was set from the caller in after_initialize?
[13:56:23] Cork: tried self.<attribute>_changed? but it is always false event if it has been changed
[13:56:42] Cork: ah, no bah only if the value set was different hmm...
[14:08:54] dminuoso: Cork: Mmm, I believe this behavior may have changed over time.
[14:09:07] dminuoso: I distinctly remember some change about dirty in this respect.
[14:09:46] Cork: there was a change for after_save hooks recently
[14:10:10] Cork: but this is after_initialize and it wasn't included in that change as far as i know
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[14:10:20] Cork: and my problem was that what was set is the same as the default
[14:10:31] Cork: so it is expected behaviour for _changed?
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[14:13:10] andrcmdr: Morning -- checking if I can talk...
[14:15:42] andrcmdr: I'm using send_file in a controller, and I think that I have it set up properly. My response is returning 200. I'm trying to send an ics file, with icalendar. I have the headers set as 'attachment' in order to establish it's a download. However, the file isn't downloading, it's only returning to the browser. I'm using a POST, and I've tried it with a GET as well. Does anyone know why it wouldn't be downloading?
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[14:24:25] Cork: hmm anyone know if it is possible to get double inverse_of to work with nested_attributes?
[14:24:41] Cork: i get nil for the second relation in an after_initialize handler
[14:25:07] Cork: (model1.model2s.new(model3_attributes: {}))
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[14:33:29] daveomcd: anyone use nokogiri and know how I can get the <tr>'s from a table without getting any <tr>'s from an existing embedded <table> element?
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[15:38:07] pro777: daveomcd Could you just pinpoint which TR you want with an xpath?
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[15:52:26] francuz: hi, I'd like to make a query to access to the lase order of every user who bought something this week, so i go for now with "Order.where('created_date >= ?', 7.days.ago).order('created_at DESC')", but I get several order for each User, is there a way to take only one by user_id ?
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[16:02:09] centrx: francuz: You can add .first or .last to the end of that chain of query methods
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[16:27:18] zmo: I'm wondering: is it possible to get the environment of where an exception comes from?
[16:27:23] zmo: like the local_variables?
[16:32:19] daveomcd: Pro777, I've not used xpath much, whats the advantages in that over css selectors?
[16:33:49] centrx: zmo: you could use https://ruby-doc.org/core-2.2.0/Binding.html
[16:34:00] centrx: zmo: https://www.google.com/search?q=ruby+exception+binding shows some promising results
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[16:34:43] pro777: daveomcd: You can be very specific.
[16:34:54] pro777: I suppose you can do the same with vanilla CSS selectors.
[16:35:11] zmo: yup, I'm looking at that
[16:35:14] zmo: but it's quite messy
[16:35:46] daveomcd: Ok I'm going to check it out thanks
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[18:45:04] ShalokShalom: kaosx.tk/packages/
[18:45:16] ShalokShalom: which software can replace this one?
[18:46:02] pupsicle: ShalokShalom, what?
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[18:46:21] ShalokShalom: is there a (ruby on rails) software, which can replace this php
[18:46:39] ShalokShalom: so, provide solution for this similar use case
[18:46:55] ShalokShalom: cancel the second "similar" :)
[18:53:46] pro777: ShalokShalom> Nothing out of the box.
[18:53:52] pro777: Where is that package information coming from?
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[19:15:16] ShalokShalom: Pro777: thats the question
[19:15:20] ShalokShalom: text file probably
[19:15:25] ShalokShalom: i found this: https://github.com/alpinelinux/aports-turbo
[19:15:48] ShalokShalom: https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/packages
[19:16:08] ShalokShalom: while deps, so it would take a port
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[19:22:38] pro777: ShalokShalom> If you can pull in that data, you could use something like https://github.com/thoughtbot/administrate to provide an interface to it.
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[19:55:33] glasz_: folks, wouldn't it be nice if Rails.ajax() returned the XMLHttpRequest instance?
[19:56:18] glasz_: it would allow for: xhr = null; xhr?.abort(); xhr = Rails.ajax();
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[23:08:33] orbyt_: I created a file named `_header.html.erb` in the views/layout directory and populated the file with a simple <header></header> tag.
[23:08:55] orbyt_: I then tried to render it via `<%= render "header" %>`, however it's not showing up.
[23:09:13] orbyt_: Am i missing something here?
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