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[04:24:40] osp2: hi all, I have a plain ruby project with activerecord + standalone_migrations
[04:24:53] osp2: I'm trying to create my first seed in db/seeds/my_seed.rb
[04:25:13] osp2: but when I run 'rake db:seed' it doesn't do anything, just exits
[04:25:17] osp2: doesn't add anything to the db
[04:26:04] osp2: the seed file says something like: items = [:a,:b,:c]; items.each { |i| Model.where(title: i.to_s).first_or_create! }
[04:26:40] osp2: I tried putting a puts after the first_or_create! call but I don't see the output when I call 'rake db:seed'
[04:26:49] osp2: any ideas what I might be doing wrong?
[04:26:50] Ropeney: osp2: put it in `db/seeds.rb`
[04:27:09] osp2: oh it's the specific file? hm
[04:27:27] Ropeney: osp2: yes, http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/active_record_migrations.html#migrations-and-seed-data
[04:27:51] osp2: lol yeah that's actually what I just read
[04:27:56] osp2: guess I misread it the first time
[04:28:00] osp2: thanks ropeney I'll try that out
[04:28:05] Ropeney: goodluck :D
[04:30:33] osp2: that did it
[04:30:55] osp2: you're the man Joe
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[06:27:00] shortCircuit__: I need a bit of help. Most rails applications in my organization has a code in intializer to check required ENV variables. My job is to migrate the routes. But I don't want to setup all of them and get stuck in figuring the ENV values.
[06:27:23] shortCircuit__: Is there a way to only generate the routes. without having to intervene the initializers/ files
[06:27:44] shortCircuit__: sevenseacat: doing more of go and devops-ish work these days
[06:28:04] sevenseacat: just started a new job this week :)
[06:40:57] Ropeney: grats sevenseacat
[06:42:39] tbuehlmann: so my retweet did help, so proud
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[06:54:44] shortCircuit__: what does this build_app do https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/b5db73076914e7103466bd76bec785cbcfe88875/actionpack/test/dispatch/routing/custom_url_helpers_test.rb#L119
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[06:59:50] Ropeney: shortCircuit__: calls https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/b5db73076914e7103466bd76bec785cbcfe88875/actionpack/test/abstract_unit.rb#L102
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[08:32:45] Pupeno: What's a good way of testing the performance of Ruby and Rails on Windows to see how good or bad is this days and to compare using the Linux subsystem vs the native installer?
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[09:05:19] Sylario: @Pupeno the problem is not the speed, because you should NOT use windows in production. The problem is that it is easier to use in a CLI oriented OS
[09:05:43] Sylario: However windows changed a lot and there is now sort of a Linux bash integration in windows
[09:05:58] Pupeno: sylario: I'm not using Windows in production. And last time I tested, which each request taking between 4 and 10 seconds, speed was a problem. Developing in Windows was unbearable.
[09:08:42] Sylario: Weird, ruby should not be significantly slower and I have seen Postgres used in intensive use case with windows software
[09:08:57] Sylario: You still have the VM solution
[09:09:01] Sylario: It's what I use
[09:09:22] Sylario: https://www.howtogeek.com/265900/everything-you-can-do-with-windows-10s-new-bash-shell/
[09:10:33] Pupeno: PostgreSQL is fine. I have postgresql installed and I'm using it for non-ruby projects.
[09:13:20] Pupeno: Last time I tried native Ruby on Windows, Ruby on the Windows Subsystem for Linux, and Ruby in a VM. They were all horribly slow due to I/O speed; even on my Intel 750 PCIe.
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[09:20:29] DysonReturns: greets gents. doing my first migration to 5 (5.2). I see that the default "redis" gem is favoured above "redis-rails". I do, however need a rack cache provided by "redis-rails" sibling "redis-rack-cache". What is rails5's way of providing this? Or should I use the old driver (redis-rails) and redis-rack-cache gem again?
[09:21:14] DysonReturns: I can unfortunately not touch Nginx or setup Varnish as alternatives.
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[09:45:56] Sylario: @pupeno: It's probably multiple problems because a slow VM and ruby slow on windows probably have different origins
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[10:11:45] Pupeno: sylario: yes, most likely, although it seems the way Ruby and Rails do IO to be the source of a lot of problems.
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[14:18:34] Psy-Q: i have a thing where Account has_many :technical_contacts, class_name: 'Contact'; has_many :owners, class_name: 'Contact'. can that even work? how do the tables have to look so that it knows when a contact is a technical one and when it's an owner?
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[14:23:33] tycoon177: Psy-Q: i would suggest having a joining table using a has_many through
[14:25:14] Psy-Q: ah, okay. then i'll do that :)
[14:25:24] Psy-Q: i thought i had missed some super-elegant way
[14:28:05] tycoon177: could each contact be a technical contact for more than one account?
[14:28:16] tycoon177: same question but with owner instead of technical contact
[14:28:27] Psy-Q: yes, potentially
[14:28:36] tycoon177: then a has many through will be your best bet
[14:28:56] Psy-Q: awesome, thanks
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[15:31:20] Pupeno: I added a comments sub resource to post, and I ended up with this route: post_comments GET /posts/:post_id/comments(.:format) comments#show. Why is it show and not index? Why is there no single comment show route either? Is this new?
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[15:37:20] HeyoRockbreaker: @pupeno Is it possible that you created the resource as a shallow resource? I'm just making a guess off of this pahttp://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html#naming-routesge.
[15:37:33] HeyoRockbreaker: Whoops, *this page http://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html#naming-routes
[15:38:08] Pupeno: No, I don't think it's shallow: https://gist.github.com/pupeno/1934d4faedede5c622a50b474f16ce26
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[15:38:24] Pupeno: Also, I don't have /comments/:id, which would be what a shallow route would provide.
[15:38:57] Psy-Q: why does ActiveRecord try to DROP TABLE 'accounts' when i merely try to remove one of its columns?
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[15:40:04] Psy-Q: might be some sqlite thing but i don't get it
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[15:49:02] loincloth: Has anyone tried POSTing to an Omniauth callback endpoint programmatically and handled the response afterwards? I want to provide a consolidated login form for the two auth schemes we support.
[15:49:48] loincloth: I was hoping to be able to parse params in a custom action and "forward" to the appropriate Omniauth callback. I keep either getting bad requests or requests that timeout. Any ideas what I'm missing? Suggestions for an alternative plan would be welcome. I'm currently trying to understand Devise and Omniauth better. I think my requests are missing necessary headers, but I'm not sure.
[15:50:54] loincloth: The forms generated by Omniauth are very basic, though, so I'm struggling to see why I can't reproduce a simple POST like they would make and have it just work.
[15:51:17] HeyoRockbreaker: @Pupeno That's really bizarre
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[15:51:46] Pupeno: Found the problem. I was using singular instead of plural, resource vs resources for the nested resource.
[15:51:48] HeyoRockbreaker: Have you checked how you defined resources in the routes file?
[15:51:51] Psy-Q: oh, this seems to be a sqlite limitation, it cannot drop single columns.. i guess i should test with mysql instead, eh
[15:51:54] HeyoRockbreaker: That's what I was gonna say
[15:52:06] HeyoRockbreaker: It changes how the resource is mapped
[15:52:14] HeyoRockbreaker: Sorry for the slow follow-up
[15:55:01] Sylario: loincloth: you are using an oauth ID provider for auth in your App in addition to a more classic auth handled by your app?
[15:55:43] loincloth: Something like that? We are supporting LDAP and a janky custom service used in-house. :\
[15:56:04] Sylario: what you want to do go against the spirit of Oauth
[15:56:34] loincloth: It definitely feels like I'm fighting the wrong battles at times.
[15:57:02] Sylario: Because you would end up having the login/password going through your app, when the goal of Oauth is among other things, to avoid that
[15:57:17] loincloth: That's a good point I hadn't considered.
[15:57:45] loincloth: I would like to simply provide the user the choice of login option as we do now and then persist that choice so we can just show the appropriate form without choice from then on. But my boss wanted me to look into this angle. It seems simple enough, but I think I'm gonna push back again.
[15:57:59] loincloth: Thanks for the sanity check, sylario.
[15:59:04] Sylario: You can probably do it with a lot of awful hacks, but it will be complicated to do, janky and depending on the owner and TOS of the ID provider illegal
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[16:00:17] loincloth: Well, I'm not sure our situation touches on all the concerns you are thinking of exactly, but I definitely get the sense it's at least going to require some unsavory tactics, and I prefer to avoid such business if I can at all help it. :)
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[16:03:31] garyserj: Is the session dependent on the TCP three way handshake? When I make a new tab I notice that my session variable isn't cleared. Whereas if I start an incognito window in chrome then the session variable clears for that window. And if it is dependent on a three way handshake, then is there a way to tell the browser to not just make a get request, but to make a new three way handshake before
[16:03:31] garyserj: the GET request?
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[16:07:54] Sylario: @garyserj it's way easier
[16:08:04] Sylario: The session, in rails, is cookies dependent
[16:09:40] Sylario: The three way handshake is for opening a socket, this is abstracted in HTTP
[16:10:16] Sylario: HTTP is a 5+ protocol, no need to worry about lower level mechanisms
[16:12:39] Sylario: You lose all the benefits of abstraction
[16:15:14] loincloth: @sylario 5+ protocol ?
[16:15:31] Sylario: the OSI model
[16:15:59] loincloth: ah ok thx just curious didn't know the term
[16:17:04] Sylario: If you do not know OSI you really do not need to think at the TCP or IP level
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[16:17:34] Pupeno: Does anybody have an idea on how to test the current viability of developing Rails on Windows? performance seems to have improved since the last time I tried it, but I'm open to anything that would help me push my set up harder. Any popular gems that are hard to build?
[16:17:42] loincloth: The need to think about things is typically not a prerequisite for me. :P :C
[16:18:00] Sylario: @Pupeno VirtualBox is great for me
[16:18:01] garyserj: I know about the layers. I'll try to find the cookie.
[16:18:07] Sylario: Just, avoid Gnome
[16:18:41] Sylario: @garyserj why do you want a different session ? what are you trying to achieve?
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[16:19:59] garyserj: ah, found the cookie. Thanks!
[16:20:16] garyserj: (I wanted to know how it worked, that was all.. but found the cookie now).
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[16:23:08] Pupeno: sylario: every time I tried running it in a VM it was clunky as hell (no way to run it from RubyMine, debug it, etc) and not faster than native thanks to I/O transaltion.
[16:24:26] Pupeno: Right now I'm not interesting in setting up Ruby differently but testing whether the native Ruby and Rails would work well enough to take some contract work without having to go and get a mac (or having to dual boot).
[16:24:36] Sylario: @Pupeno did you used vanilla ubuntu ? Gnome is massively using 3d hardware and it is often problematic in VMs(very slow), XFCE is a good one
[16:24:57] Pupeno: sylario: I was using a VM without running X.
[16:25:19] Sylario: I am going to be shuned out but avoid macs, the hardware is way too fragile for the price
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[16:26:44] Pupeno: sylario: when they released the last interation of mbp, instead of buying one, I spent the same amount building a beast of a desktop. I got annoyed enough at Apple and I'd rather stay away from Macs.
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[16:27:27] Pupeno: I need some contract work to keep me going while I market my startup, so, I'm exploring doing some Ruby and Rails, if not, I'll stay in the Clojure world, but there's way more work in RoR rather than Clojure.
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[16:30:49] Sylario: Well, I am considering siwtching to dual boot because 1) big SSD are less and less expensive (i have a small one for the OS) 2) the Linux boot is work time, it's better for boundaries and makes it easier to avoid distraction during work hours
[16:32:22] fryguy: ACTION just uses a giant thinkpad with a Xeon
[16:34:03] Pupeno: sylario: I have an intel 720 PCIe. Not big enough for dual boot. I do need some of the "distractions" and I don't want to deal with the small idiosyncrasis of getting used to a different UI. If I have to put up with that, I'd rather do Clojure (or Python or whatever).
[16:34:45] Sylario: @fryguy \o/
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[16:36:28] Sylario: bwaa, switching OS for work is quite easy for me, everything is in the browser,the editor and the CLI (and thunderbird) and Skype is awful on every OS
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[16:49:39] Pupeno: What's the ImageMagick gem that uses the C library (instead of command line) that tends to be tricky to get working?
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[16:57:04] Sylario: I think paperclip and carrierwave
[16:57:18] Sylario: But paperclip is deprecated
[16:57:53] Sylario: And active storage is using imageMagick too
[16:58:03] Pupeno: Oh, I think it's rmagick.
[16:58:09] Pupeno: I'll try installing those two as well.
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[17:17:04] Pupeno: Is it possible to install pg and nokogiri building the extensions locally?
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[18:36:43] havenwood: jamesst20: hi
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[18:37:18] jamesst20: I am trying to figure out how in RSpec I can get the Model returned in the view by the Index method from a controller. Would someone be able to help me ?
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[18:44:03] HeyoRockbreaker: What do you mean by get the model returned?
[18:44:16] HeyoRockbreaker: Like, do you want to print the contents of the database?
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[18:47:07] jamesst20: HeyoRockbreaker: I mean like if Index return View(Product.all) I would like to be able to get this list
[18:47:55] HeyoRockbreaker: Ahhh, I see what you're sayinh
[18:48:06] HeyoRockbreaker: On sec, I need to look this up, but I know how to handle this
[18:48:12] jamesst20: Alright thanks :D
[18:49:44] HeyoRockbreaker: Yeah, okay I remembered that correctly. Let me link you the code example I'm looking at
[18:49:56] HeyoRockbreaker: You need to do embedded Ruby with a for loop
[18:50:06] HeyoRockbreaker: https://www.railstutorial.org/book/updating_and_deleting_users#sec-users_index
[18:50:26] jamesst20: Looking now ! Thanks in advance :) See ya !
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[19:02:17] jamesst20: HeyoRockbreaker: Sadly couldn't figure out what was the answer in your link
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[19:09:02] jamesst20: Would someone be able to help me ? My Controller#Index returns View(Products.where(...)) and in my RSpec I would like to be able to get the return value of Products.where(..) that was passed
[19:10:47] jamesst20: It's odd, it is a common test case in asp.net core, and I can't find a single result on Google about this topic
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[19:29:47] jamesst20: To those who wonder.. assigns method from https://github.com/rails/rails-controller-testing does what I was looking for. Altough it's a weird name
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