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[01:12:52] jaegerca: If I had a bunch or Articles that belonged to Categories in my Blog - would you perfer Blog::Category and Blog::Article, or Category and Article, or BlogCategory and BlogArticle?
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[05:25:41] sunya7a_: could someone suggest a good way to deal with join table names that are too long? I've been staying very consistent with my naming convention up until now but I've come to a point where the name is over 64 characters long
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[07:48:48] Lauer: I have a model with <action>_at timestamp files - but for some reasons, the model always return nil on those fields when finding in db - the db contains value
[07:49:26] Lauer: how can I debug that? running the application in a docker
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[08:07:30] Lauer: It was default timezone in active recoard
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[08:28:07] dionysus69: people with experience in paypal, I don't know if I should save list of payments locally, or just depend on paypal API, is it a wasted cause to save locally also, just for troubleshooting in rare cases?
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[09:06:57] iamarun: Can any one point me out to get started with ruby on rails ( have experience in codeigniter [php])
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[09:24:13] dionysus69: iamarun: https://www.railstutorial.org/
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[09:30:43] iamarun: @dionysus69 Thanks , i was going through the book and the installation they use cloud environment , i want to get my hands dirty with development environment
[09:31:04] iamarun: and the nuts and bolts
[09:31:25] dionysus69: well I just use postgres standard rails s for dev server and linux
[09:31:41] dionysus69: if you are on windows, you need to know that you will have more problems than necessary
[09:32:13] dionysus69: bundler and rvm * pretty important
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[09:33:12] dionysus69: but its useful if you want to have many versions of ruby at the same time
[09:33:38] iamarun: do the gems(library) use different versions ?
[09:33:47] iamarun: or they will run on all ruby versions
[09:34:02] dionysus69: gems are handled by bundler
[09:34:05] dionysus69: gem install bundler
[09:34:18] dionysus69: just write gems in gemfile and then run bundle
[09:34:49] dionysus69: they wont be included in path automatically unless you install gem discretely, like gem install rails
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[09:35:26] iamarun: is there any video tutorial free
[09:35:30] dionysus69: if you install rails through bundler and want to access rails commands, you need to use bundle exec rails s instead of just rails s
[09:35:35] iamarun: youtube i got one rails cast
[09:35:57] dionysus69: railscasts is the only one I know, but never seen a video that would setup a dev environment
[09:37:15] tbuehlmann: iamarun, to answer your question: gems can depend on specific ruby versions, but you should be good to go just installing the latest version of ruby
[09:37:26] tbuehlmann: the system version might be good enough though
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[09:38:02] tbuehlmann: I like to recommend http://ryanbigg.com/2014/10/ubuntu-ruby-ruby-install-chruby-and-you
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[09:39:51] tbuehlmann: this is also the setup is always go for, using ruby-install (for installing different versions of ruby) and chruby (for switching between different versions of ruby)
[09:45:41] iamarun: one more thing i am going to experiment with ruby today
[09:45:48] iamarun: is linux arch ok
[09:46:03] iamarun: or should i consider something line ubuntu debian or cent os
[09:46:12] tbuehlmann: if you are comfortable with it, sure
[09:46:22] tbuehlmann: I'm perfectly fine with ubuntu
[09:48:25] iamarun: any ide or tool i must care to know before i venture
[09:48:49] tbuehlmann: naw, just use what you like. I'm using sublime text 3
[09:49:04] iamarun: okay thanks
[09:49:42] tbuehlmann: you're welcome
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[09:51:09] TakumoKatekari: Hi all, I'm using the graphql gem, but I'm having trouble adding relations to my GraphQL types, I keep getting `return type is invalid: field "programs" type must return GraphQL::BaseType, not Array ([Program])`
[09:51:51] TakumoKatekari: So the field `programs` is obviously resolving to [Program < ApplicationRecord] instead of [Types::ProgramType < GraphQL::ObjectType]
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[11:05:21] iamarun: does ruby on rails need a server likd apache or nignx
[11:05:48] iamarun: i ran the app once and it runs on port 3000
[11:06:19] iamarun: and i wanted to know if it is using internal server like php
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[11:32:21] tbuehlmann: iamarun: rails uses its own application server, puma by default
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[11:51:51] morfin: if i have 2 rails apps(or one is not rails but hs migrations too) and every app has own schema.rb what would happen if i migrate database from one app but schema.rb in second was not touched and i run migrations?
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[11:58:42] mikecmpbll: morfin : nuthin. the schema is only ever used during db:schema:load
[11:59:14] mikecmpbll: (& that which requires db:schema:load like db:setup)
[11:59:41] mikecmpbll: when you migrate, the schema is dumped.
[11:59:49] matthewd: Multiple applications running migrations against the same database just sounds like a bad idea, though
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[12:00:59] mikecmpbll: yeah. we have a similar situation and we just conventionally do all the migrations on one app
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[13:03:05] nzst: Hi, anyone using delayed_job and daemonize know how to configure (monitor=true)? https://github.com/collectiveidea/delayed_job/wiki/monitor-process
[13:03:30] nzst: I'm not seeing where to add the config option in my code, from what was generated in by delayed_job
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[13:37:08] nzst: Got it, through the capistrano3-delayed-job gem, you can `set :delayed_job_monitor, true` in the deploy.rb
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[13:55:08] dionysus69: what's a preferred way to save api response dumps into database? just a text data type field or ? any better way?
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[14:09:23] nzst: For mysql I use a text field
[14:09:34] nzst: postgres has a json type
[14:11:08] nzst: I use Oj#load to serialize the response body before storing in a text column, from https://github.com/ohler55/oj
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[14:16:35] deevil: I had actioncable setup and working properly in production using redis 3.3.3.. another developer here installed something that required redis 4.0.1, and now actioncable won’t work because it’s apparently still trying to use redis 3 and the logs are saying “Gem::LoadError: can't activate redis (~> 3.0), already activated redis-4.0.1” … is there any way to make actioncable use 4.0.1 ??
[14:18:02] nzst: gross that the change got sent to production with breaking changes
[14:18:19] nzst: does your team have a staging site/server?
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[14:21:16] deevil: nzst, yes, we do use a staging server, but it’s no big deal in this case, as we’re migrating from heroku to aws.. live site that needs to be working is on heroku.. he broke our aws stack
[14:22:48] dionysus69: nzst: thanks :)
[14:23:03] nzst: it says here that it supports the version of redis you are referring to https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/5fb282239d8ece0eb14121eecfd5446d7aa70343/actioncable/lib/action_cable/subscription_adapter/redis.rb#L5 . Maybe your Gemfile.lock needs updating
[14:23:54] nzst: although, that came 1 month ago, your rails may need updating https://github.com/rails/rails/commit/53c516d88d48bafee5bd125a368352dd94f5fdad
[14:24:15] deevil: nzst, that’s what I thought.. I’m going to try deleting the old gem from the server.. maybe it’s indexing them from oldest version to newest, and since actioncable can use 3, it’s trying that first
[14:25:01] nzst: Make sure you read my second comment, it seems more likely it's your rails version. (i didn't check if this code even got released yet)
[14:25:30] deevil: could be.. we’re on rails 5.1
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[14:26:52] deevil: actually, we’re rails 5.1.4
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[14:42:02] matthewd: deevil: No, support for redis 4 hasn't been released yet
[14:42:32] deevil: matthewd: ahh.. =(
[14:42:41] deevil: thanks for letting me knwo
[14:43:25] deevil: I guess I’ll just switch back to postgres until redis 4 is supported
[14:43:53] deevil: matthewd: do you have any idea when redis 4 support will be merged into actioncable ?
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[14:45:27] matthewd: It can probably be backported for a future 5.1.x release; otherwise, that change will be in 5.2
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[14:47:11] deevil: matthewd: good to know, thanks!
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[17:01:20] dgsan: If I'd like to get the first N or less bytes of a unicode string cut at character boundaries is there an easy way?
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[17:03:13] dgsan: For example, if I wanted up to the first 4096 bytes of a string cut at the last character boundary before the next one would take it over that many bytes?
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[17:05:05] dgsan: (The most obvious thing I've thought of is starting with string length and taking smaller and smaller substrings until one fits, but it seems like a poor solution.)
[17:07:30] matthewd: dgsan: https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/27319 may be relevant to your interests
[17:08:39] dgsan: matthewd: thanks!
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[19:36:56] Andr3as: has someone already experience with the deep_clonable gem?
[19:37:50] Andr3as: it works great on the console but i cant wrap my head around how to do that in a view.. e.g. have a clone button and click on it and it magically shows the (unsaved) clone
[19:37:58] Andr3as: anyone any hints?
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[20:12:01] Andr3as: twas easier than i thought
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[20:19:03] ledhed2222: hi all - i have a need/desire to validate the contents of all relation queries on some models
[20:19:32] ledhed2222: the idea is akin to default scopes, but instead of actually using default scopes I essentially want to ensure that a given query contains - somewhere - at least one condition on a particular column
[20:20:12] ledhed2222: looking through the source however, i don’t see a way to do this without monkeypatching. has anyone tried to do this before? anyone have any advice as to how I might accomlish this?
[20:21:47] matthewd: ledhed2222: Monkeypatching will be the way to go. Your best hope would just be to find the place that you can do it most neatly.
[20:22:44] ledhed2222: yuck. looks like the `Relation#load` method is cloest to all loads
[20:23:34] ledhed2222: before i go ahead and do this - since monkeypatching scares me - does anyone see any obvious issues with the approach?
[20:24:52] matthewd: I'd probably go one deeper into exec_queries
[20:25:39] matthewd: But yes, it seems the most reasonable approach to solve your stated problem
[20:30:33] matthewd: It's not too scary... ActiveRecord::Relation.prepend Module.new { def exec_queries(*); raise "oi" unless query_looks_good?; super; end }
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[20:36:35] ledhed2222: yeah i was thinking that `prepend` would be perfect for this
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[21:19:12] FrostCandy: Hey all, if I have Thing.find(id) but the id doesn't exist, then you'll get an error: Couldn't find thing with 'id' = 666. How do you check for error here? Do you use a try catch ?
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[21:20:41] havenwood: FrostCandy: Thing.find_by(id: id)
[21:21:24] FrostCandy: if id is a real id, then .find works, are you saying find_by will return nil or something instead of thrwoing an error?
[21:21:41] havenwood: FrostCandy: yes
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[21:25:16] baweaver: find_by will return one record, and can take any param
[21:29:53] FrostCandy: worked great thanks
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[21:40:01] Radar: GOOD MORNING
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