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[09:07:32] Hexafox[I]: My internet just cut out and I can't tell if my last messages sent so I'll resend them.
[09:07:39] Hexafox[I]: Does anyone here have advice for getting "go to definition" working in vim?
[09:07:48] Hexafox[I]: I have been trying to see if vim is a usable replacement for rubymine but this feature is absolutely critical and I can't see much up to date info
[09:12:27] Hexafox[I]: konsolebox, Not by default but I'm pretty sure it can with plugins.
[09:12:49] Hexafox[I]: I just can't see how vim is useful for ruby development without this.
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[11:30:32] Hexafox[I]: Is using Capistrano to copy a single ruby file to a server and start it overkill?

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[13:08:21] Hexafox[I]: Ruby has basic multithreading support right? I was just wondering if it would be possible to create a new thread, put it in an infinite loop and have it sleep for a few minutes after each loop run.
[13:10:15] Hexafox[I]: dminuoso, What does that mean?
[13:17:34] Hexafox[I]: The threads will hardly be doing anything, I just want one watching a chat room for messages and anther one grabbing a RSS feed every few minutes.
[13:18:15] Hexafox[I]: So if I sleep one the other one can continue uninterrupted?
[13:53:22] Hexafox[I]: what does it mean when a class has both the methods `run()` and `self.run()`? Which one gets used?
[13:55:36] Hexafox[I]: Never heard of an instance method before. Will have to look that up. But yeah that matches exactly how it's used in this code.
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[13:27:48] Hexafox[I]: If you send a block to a function does that block replace yield in the function?
[13:35:35] Hexafox[I]: Would taking a block as a parameter make the function a higher order function?
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2017-10-25

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[13:24:33] Hexafox[I]: Why is `:foo == 'foo'` false?
[13:25:25] Hexafox[I]: I thought symbols could be used to replace strings for a lot of things.
[13:26:29] Hexafox[I]: I have `Config = YAML.load_file('config.yml')` and I tried to do `Config[:password]` but only `Config['password']` works
[13:29:37] Hexafox[I]: So if something converts all input to symbols it doesn't matter if you use a string or a symbol?
[13:29:41] Hexafox[I]: But otherwise it does matter?
[13:33:53] Hexafox[I]: I just noticed in a lot of places I could use a string or a symbol and it did the same thing but now I see what is going on.
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[09:34:57] Hexafox[I]: Are data types in ruby just classes?
[09:52:02] Hexafox[I]: Burgestrand, So if I wanted to make a method that can only be run on one data type I should add it to the class?
[09:55:52] Hexafox[I]: I never knew you could use p instead of puts
[09:56:54] Hexafox[I]: Oh, interesting
[09:57:23] Hexafox[I]: I never liked puts on its own because it makes it hard to see arrays.
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2017-10-22

[08:33:20] Hexafox[I]: If I want to import a yml config file to be accessible from every ruby file in my program what would be the best way?
[08:33:55] Hexafox[I]: Not sure how rails does it with Rails.application.secrets
[10:20:37] Hexafox[I]: apeiros, Why are constants better than globals?
[10:22:21] Hexafox[I]: I was told everything that starts with an upper case letter is a global
[10:23:17] Hexafox[I]: I don't think I have ever seen a global then.
[10:24:47] Hexafox[I]: I have seen namespaced constants in rails though, one website I made had stuff like Spree::Product
[10:26:53] Hexafox[I]: Nah I think I have it worked out now.
[10:27:14] Hexafox[I]: So classes are constants as well?
[10:33:09] Hexafox[I]: Hmm. Why does it pick A over B?
[10:33:25] Hexafox[I]: Because that one was first?
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[13:18:28] Hexafox[I]: Is there any reason why you would want to add has_many to a model but not belongs_to to the other?
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