hi folks, I'm trying to figure out why Rails (via Puma) would be running in the "test" environment, despite being told to run in development and showing the development environment being set during startup, with web-console and checking Rails.env it shows "test", and the test database is being used, but I have no idea how that's being set
hi, hopefully someone will see this eventually, I've been issue with (what I think is) the checkout flow on a site, on about 5% of orders there's an error received that says it's missing the _complete partial, the order still goes through but ends up being submitted twice frequently due to confusion by the customers. I've found clues as to where it might be caused (the checkout flow block in the decorator), bu
t I've no idea why it would only be showing up in a small quantity of users
frozenfoxx: Faye::Websocket worked for what I used it for, which was essentially a makeshift in-browser terminal that sent data from a page (via JS websockets) to a ruby server, I tried a few other libraries before that but ran into some problems and they seemed to be because the libraries were no longer maintained
I was trying to figure out how to use the equivalent of destructors in ruby classes
wikipedia ain't helping - In computer science, control flow (or alternatively, flow of control) is the order in which individual statements, instructions or function calls of an imperative program are executed or evaluated.
hi, could someone direct me to a decent resource on how to add custom aspects to the admin backend? my initial searching didn't turn up useful results yet. For instance, adding additional fields to the front-end that can be edited via the admin interface
my apologies if it's somewhere obvious in the spree guide and I just missed it