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[02:22:44] sevenseacat: can always try asking your question
[02:23:39] Hackmeifyoucan: Write a function lucky_sevens?(numbers), which takes in an array of integers and returns true if any three consecutive elements sum to 7
[02:23:44] Hackmeifyoucan: please i have problem
[02:23:54] sevenseacat: sure, what problem are you having
[02:24:04] Hackmeifyoucan: i was able to iterate over my inter
[02:24:10] Hackmeifyoucan: but where i have problem is
[02:24:15] Hackmeifyoucan: the condition part
[02:24:28] Hackmeifyoucan: three consecutive elements
[02:24:52] sevenseacat: how are you doing your iteration?
[02:25:00] Hackmeifyoucan: https://rextester.com/XDA77384
[02:25:21] sevenseacat: thats not a link I'm going to click on
[02:25:43] Hackmeifyoucan: paste the code here
[02:26:27] sevenseacat: a gist on github or something similar would be great
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[02:26:41] Hackmeifyoucan: def lucky_sevens?(numbers) index = 0 while index <= numbers.length num = numbers[index] if numbers[index] + numbers[index] + numbers[index]== 7 return true end index += 1 end end puts lucky_sevens?([2,1,5,1,0]) puts lucky_sevens?([0,-2,1,8]) puts lucky_sevens?([7,7,7,7]) puts lucky_sevens?([3,4,3,4])
[02:27:40] Hackmeifyoucan: please can u message me private
[02:28:31] sevenseacat: I am not your bro.
[02:28:51] Hackmeifyoucan: bro mean brother man
[02:29:21] Hackmeifyoucan: are u helping me or not
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[07:30:18] DaniG2k: I have a model called ContainerTypes that has_many containers, as such:
[07:30:19] DaniG2k: has_many :containers, dependent: :restrict_with_error
[07:30:37] DaniG2k: I'd like to add a migration to ensure the `dependent: :restrict_with_error` gets checked at the database level
[07:30:46] DaniG2k: but I'm not entirely sure how to do so. Any suggestions?
[07:31:49] sevenseacat: if you have a foreign key restraint, you won't be able to delete a record that has other records with FKs pointing to it
[07:32:30] DaniG2k: so I need to add something like `add_foreign_key :containers, :container_types, on_delete: :restrict` ?
[07:32:49] DaniG2k: the Container is the model that has the container_type_id field on it
[07:34:00] sevenseacat: something like that
[07:34:08] DaniG2k: right ok, I'll give it a shot. THanks
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[09:47:59] Spaceman77: Hello. I have an input form for two model objects. Let's call them model A and B. I have a requirement that if model A's attribute "Apple" is some value, then model B's attribute "Banana" should be present, otherwise there should be no validation.
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[09:48:27] Spaceman77: Does rails provide some short-hand approach for condition-based validation?
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[09:59:21] tbuehlmann: Spaceman77: yes, see https://guides.rubyonrails.org/active_record_validations.html#conditional-validation
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[11:25:10] neozor: Hi! this is my first time using an IRC channel, i hope i can collaborate with the community around here. Have a nice day!
[11:27:59] mikecmpbll: neozor : welcome :) looking forward to your input.
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[12:05:39] ss942: https://github.com/lapinskik/paginated_documents/blob/master/lib/pagination_documents_patch.rb
[12:05:39] ss942: I'm writing Redmine plugin, and I wonder if when I do pagination in this place[13::], would it change a way things are grouped? I mean would it group all documents, or just all for each page of pagination?
[12:05:39] ss942: If the second answer is closer to true, any tips on how I rewrite this if part "documents.includes(:attachments, :category).to_a" is must have?
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[13:12:03] pokalyis: Is there any alternative to spork for rails 5? I want to run my tests faster
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[13:34:08] pokalyis: Is there any reason why spork was abandoned?
[13:36:18] sevenseacat: because it was terrible
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[13:38:24] pokalyis: Is there any other solution? Takes over a minute to boot up rails on my 2010 machine
[13:39:29] sevenseacat: good lord, 2010?
[13:39:48] sevenseacat: spring might help, but is also terrible and buggy
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[13:40:36] pokalyis: About to get a new machine as soon as I leave china. Right now I've to use this one
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[13:42:00] pokalyis: So it was abandoned b/c computers were getting fast enough?
[13:45:03] sevenseacat: no, because it was buggy and barely worked
[13:45:16] sevenseacat: plus newer versions of ruby were much quicker
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[14:18:12] DWSR: Hey all, I'm wondering if someone has a good pattern for this: I'm trying to create a Docker container for my company's Rails 5.0 app that uses Sprockets. I'm trying to precompile all the assets for a particular rev so that they can be included as part of the image. Unfortunately, this requires that I initialize the entire application which means I need a bunch of external services present, massively increasing the complexity of th
[14:18:48] DWSR: Is there any recommendations on a way to solve this? I fell down a Railties rabbit hole yesterday and found that we could create and declare initializer "groups", but didn't find details on that.
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[15:20:50] cxl: Hi, I'm a bit lost with Rails 5.2 and React. I have created my app with `rails new myapp --webpack=react` but I don't see any webpack-dev-server in my binstubs dir, or the app/javascript, or the config/webpacker.yml files. Can I 'retrofit' react in my app now?
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[16:03:32] DWSR: Hey all, I'm wondering if someone has a good pattern for this: I'm trying to create a Docker container for my company's Rails 5.0 app that uses Sprockets. I'm trying to precompile all the assets for a particular rev so that they can be included as part of the image. Unfortunately, this requires that I initialize the entire application which means I need a bunch of external services present, massively increasing the complexity of th
[16:03:33] DWSR: Is there any recommendations on a way to solve this? I fell down a Railties rabbit hole yesterday and found that we could create and declare initializer "groups", but didn't find details on that.
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[16:43:02] havenwood: jstrong: hi
[16:43:43] jstrong: So, here’s a fun one. Using Webpacker for a SPA React app (with Rails API backend/GRAPHQL). Run bin/webpack directly?: 14 seconds compilation. Run assets:precompile? Webpack portion takes about 60 seconds. ?!
[16:59:34] DWSR: Hey all, I'm wondering if someone has a good pattern for this: I'm trying to create a Docker container for my company's Rails 5.0 app that uses Sprockets. I'm trying to precompile all the assets for a particular rev so that they can be included as part of the image. Unfortunately, this requires that I initialize the entire application which means I need a bunch of external services present, massively increasing the complexity of th
[16:59:35] DWSR: Is there any recommendations on a way to solve this? I fell down a Railties rabbit hole yesterday and found that we could create and declare initializer "groups", but didn't find details on that.
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[17:30:51] dawidof: Hi folks. I want to split a big app and to have some parts in the separate gems. I need to have api documentation as it is an api app)) It would be nice to have slate on rspec_api_documentation, as it is free and good looking. So, the question is, is it possible to generate documentation from gems and app itself?
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[17:54:32] DWSR: Hey all, I'm wondering if someone has a good pattern for this: I'm trying to create a Docker container for my company's Rails 5.0 app that uses Sprockets. I'm trying to precompile all the assets for a particular rev so that they can be included as part of the image. Unfortunately, this requires that I initialize the entire application which means I need a bunch of external services present, massively increasing the complexity of th
[17:54:33] DWSR: Is there any recommendations on a way to solve this? I fell down a Railties rabbit hole yesterday and found that we could create and declare initializer "groups", but didn't find details on that.
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[18:44:20] funkytwig: is this a good place to get help with rails_admin
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[18:50:53] shilon: Hello there, I'm trying to use ActiveStorage to store multiple images attached to a post. It saves correctly but for some reason the image never shows up. I followed multiple tutorials but got to no avail.
[18:54:18] shilon: I got the image to show up once by adding image.blob but after a recreation of the DB it stopped working again
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[19:00:42] Net: if I have a `has_one :foo` relation of Bar, does `bar.foo = create :foo` delete bar's previous foo?
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[19:06:58] jtperreault: Net: It wouldnt delete it, no.
[19:07:51] jtperreault: Net: But I believe it would associate the create :foo to that instance of bar
[19:08:08] funkytwig: Hi, ie trying to create a video and a controler for a model but dont want all the CRUD stuff, can I do this. Also I dont nessesery want ti called the same as the model
[19:08:12] jtperreault: Net: leaving the previous :foo dangling, if you will
[19:08:24] funkytwig: sorry, meant view and controler
[19:09:57] jtperreault: funkytwig: yes, you can do that. what are you trying to acheive though? you can do quite a lot in routes.rb so that a particular route goes to whatever controller you'd like
[19:11:11] jtperreault: funkytwig: the guide may be helpful for you: https://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html#non-resourceful-routes
[19:12:07] funkytwig: jtperreault, so I want to create a view (page) called go_for_walk baised on Walk model. I will pass walk id in, I know about routing/passing in stuff.
[19:12:28] funkytwig: So I will need a walk and a controler
[19:13:47] funkytwig: Actualy probably best to say its baised on walk_sections.
[19:14:05] funkytwig: wali has many walks_setins has many walk buttons
[19:14:12] funkytwig: walk has many walks_setins has many walk buttons
[19:14:41] jtperreault: funkytwig: what's your question? how to create a controller without the CRUD actions?
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[19:15:14] starseed00: Is there a way to add a header to ALL emails in the application instead of in each mail::message ?
[19:16:06] funkytwig: Yes, and a view, I think, basicaly a page
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[19:22:12] funkytwig: jtperreault, Yes, and a view, I think, basicaly a page
[19:23:24] andywww: on the front end I’m using Vue.js’s state to maintaining an array of associated model’s IDs that I want to create a associations for
[19:24:09] andywww: how can i post an array as part of a form without having to generate the form elements to bind them to?
[19:24:39] andywww: can you even do that with form data?
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[19:28:15] andywww: at the minute I’m using a hidden input, splatting the array contents into the field on submit then splitting it on the commas at the rails side but it feels a bit hacky
[19:34:29] jtperreault: funkytwig: I'd start by playing around with the generator for controllers/pages. Sounds like that will get you pretty far.
[19:34:36] jtperreault: funkytwig: https://guides.rubyonrails.org/command_line.html#rails-generate
[19:35:14] jtperreault: funkytwig: you can call it whatever you like, doesnt have to be after a model. in the controller you can utilize whatever model you'd like to
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[20:27:43] Net: jtperreault: thanks
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[20:41:49] funkytwig: jtperreault, thanks for that, got it working
[20:42:31] funkytwig: I have an image in app/assets/images/walks
[20:42:53] funkytwig: but Yes, <%= image_tag 'walks/' + ws.image %>
[20:43:15] funkytwig: gives me 'The asset "walks/IMG_8844.jpg" is not present in the asset pipeline.'
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[22:51:43] funkytwig: @walk_section = WalkSection.where( id: @section_id )
[22:52:07] funkytwig: @walk_id = Walk.where( id: @walk_section["walk_id"] )
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[22:53:31] funkytwig: gwtting 'no implicit conversion of String into Integer'
[22:53:44] funkytwig: tried to_i everywhar but no luck
[22:53:56] jtperreault: funkytwig: you got a backtrace you can post?
[22:54:07] jtperreault: funkytwig: code? anything?
[22:55:13] funkytwig: jtperreault, backtrace https://gist.github.com/ben-tvpp/68b0fb7b5041e8bf0294615b00492c58
[22:56:18] jtperreault: funkytwig: walk_section_controller.rb would be good too, so we can see the line it errs on
[22:56:37] funkytwig: jtperreault, https://gist.github.com/ben-tvpp/d0a07711732f531934152313eea217ab the code
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[23:01:05] jtperreault: funkytwig: I'd be curious about the models, I assume you have associations setup between Walk and WalkSection ?
[23:02:37] jtperreault: funkytwig: I'd try to do something along the lines of this: https://gist.github.com/jtperreault/7ce89a1d57fe374496529fd5eb3ffb43
[23:03:33] jtperreault: funkytwig: in this case, we use the .find() method rather than .where() which will return the WalkSection instance with the ID you pass in, rather than an Array of results which you would get using .where()
[23:04:20] jtperreault: funkytwig: and then on the next line, assuming you have the model associations, we just call for the Walk instance based on the WalkSection that you found
[23:04:55] funkytwig: jtperreault, OK, hand on
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[23:09:13] funkytwig: jtperreault, OK, so now the view is broke, obviously, can I rem out stuff?
[23:11:03] jtperreault: funkytwig: not sure what you're asking... would need to see the view files, and model files too for the whole picture. otherwise im just making my best guess
[23:15:07] funkytwig: jtperreault, dont worry about that
[23:16:01] funkytwig: jtperreault, worked but what is @walk set to, is ther a way of unpacking in a view to debug
[23:16:24] funkytwig: jtperreault, <%= @walk %> returns nothing
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[23:43:16] jtperreault: funkytwig: @walk would be an instance of the Walk model in that case.
[23:43:35] jtperreault: funkytwig: I'm making a lot of assumptions here...
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[23:45:19] jtperreault: funkytwig: but if @walk returns nothing in the view then that'd require some more looking... I would open up a rails console, create an instance of the WalkSection in question, and then see if you can get a Walk instance by calling .walk
[23:46:00] funkytwig: OK, how do I reference the object that comes out of a .where
[23:46:25] funkytwig: wd[0]["field"]
[23:46:47] funkytwig: @walk_section = WalkSection.where( id: @section_id )
[23:47:12] funkytwig: di I get a two direcnional aray, row/fields
[23:47:30] jtperreault: funkytwig: .where returns an array, so you'd have to do something like @walk_section[0]
[23:48:31] jtperreault: funkytwig: or in your view you could loop through them @walk_secion.each { |ws| <%= ws.attr%> }
[23:57:22] funkytwig: jtperreault, <% @walk_section.each do |ws| %> | <%= ws %> <% end %>
[23:57:46] jtperreault: funkytwig: yep
[23:57:56] funkytwig: jtperreault, gives me #<WalkSection:0x0000563cdd326520>
[23:58:06] jtperreault: funkytwig: well there ya go, you have a walk section
[23:58:11] funkytwig: jtperreault, how do I unpack it for debug
[23:58:16] jtperreault: funkytwig: ahh
[23:58:27] jtperreault: funkytwig: my standby for that is the .inspect method
[23:59:00] jtperreault: <%= ws.inspect %> should give you a bunch of details on the instance