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2019-01-15

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2016-07-12

[05:44:06] arathald: abhvl: there seems to be lots of information about it readily available: https://www.google.com/search?q=paperclip+duplicating+object&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

2016-07-11

[08:12:10] arathald: could also be valuable to other new people to see the discussion

2016-07-10

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2016-07-02

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2016-06-27

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2016-06-15

[03:47:44] arathald: potatochipz: you mean that it's populated, or that the model actually exposes the attribute, or that the column actually does exist in your backing database (and you don't trust column_exists?)
[03:47:52] arathald: or something else entirely?
[03:49:18] arathald: it really depends on the context. why are you worried that the column might not exist?
[03:50:42] arathald: tjbiddle: maybe I'm missing something, but my initial skimming makes it sound like "service" is just a fancy way of referring to a library?
[03:51:43] arathald: a library that lives directly inside your codebase, but otherwise, I don't actually see a strong distinction there?
[03:57:30] arathald: potatochipz: seems like the kind of thing you'd just want to check once at load, rather than each time you call chips. What do you expect it to do, not implement :chips in the case it doesn't exist? Throw an error? something else?
[03:58:32] arathald: I imagine something like raise "whatever" unless has_attribute?(:chips) could do it
[03:59:01] arathald: that is, if you want to raise an error
[04:00:16] arathald: depending on who's using it, you may also be able to just say that your concern won't work if the model doesn't have chips - when your concern tries to access it, the error message would likely be clear enough, even though handling it yourself would be a little friendlier

2016-06-14

[07:33:29] arathald: hi everyone.
[07:34:26] arathald: Anyone know of a client-side (JS) syntax highlighting library that has support for slim? I wish people would name their languages things that are easier to google :P
[07:35:32] arathald: I was looking at highlight.js, but no slim support (though I may be able to add it if I can figure out how to add intentation levels properly). There's also Rouge, whcih has support for everything I'd want, but isn't client side so might be harder to highlight interactively
[07:41:35] arathald: potentially, but I try to avoid language specific channels that I don't know :P
[07:42:10] arathald: plus slim is mostly used in ruby, so I thought someone here might know
[07:42:33] arathald: universa1: sure, but they're often... not very nice
[07:42:53] arathald: I'll try there, and ragequit if they get all bothered :)
[07:44:32] arathald: yeah, rouge is compatible with pygments, but 100% ruby. I wanted to do something interactive, for a code editor in our CMS.
[07:44:54] arathald: I'm not sure I want to be making calls back to the server so often for that
[07:45:15] arathald: wow, #js and ##js are tiny
[07:45:55] arathald: ah, ##javascript

2016-06-08

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2016-06-03

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2016-06-02

[06:20:51] arathald: so, we have tests that call ImageMagick binaries (via paperclip). For reasons I won't get into at the moment, each of these invocations (hundreds across our entire test suite) spits out an error to stderr. I want to suppress just these specific errors (leave other errors like deprecation warnings)
[06:22:46] arathald: to effectively redirect stderr for subprocesses, I'm using $stderr.reopen. I spent the entire day trying to figure out how to create an IO object (subclass or a mock/delegate) that would let me do this filtering, and spit everything else back out to stderr. It's looking like reopen ends up doing some really deep type checks so I couldn't get the mock/delegate approach to work... and I could get a subclass to actually override everything
[06:23:52] arathald: I ended up redirecting stderr to a temp file, then reading it back in at the end of every test, and dumping anything not filtered out back to stderr. I'm just wondering if there was a better way of doing this
[06:25:14] arathald: (I also tried StringIO, but that doesn't work with reopen, presumably because reopen actually messes with file handles, so it can't be a mocked file that only exists in memory in the ruby app?)
[06:26:04] arathald: I just jumped into the deep end of RoR in the past couple of weeks since I just started a new job using it as its main web stack
[06:26:13] arathald: so I only sort of know what I'm doing :)
[06:27:42] arathald: sevenseacat: the error is about a dependency lib not having a version. googling led to the answer that there's multiple versions of this lib accessible, so while ImageMagick finds one and works, it complains about it
[06:28:25] arathald: the dependency is Libxml.so.2 - the way our dependency system works means it's next to impossible to fix that cleanly
[06:28:54] arathald: because both the version installed on the OS and the one pulled in by the dependency system end up visible
[06:29:08] arathald: it correctly chooses the one pulled in as a dep, but it complains about it
[06:29:22] arathald: it's really an entirely spurious and unnecessary error
[06:29:33] arathald: at least in the context we're running in
[06:31:08] arathald: in other words, I know I'm looking at the right problem, even if it might not seem like it. I've been very far down this rabbit hole already. I figured the context of our proprietary dep system wasn't interesting to you so I skipped it
[06:31:38] arathald: plus at this point, I'm curious about the problem I was trying to solve today, even if it turns out to be shaving a yak
[06:33:26] arathald: and this seemed like a good place to ask about some of the stranger intricacies of IO and how it fits in with everything else

2016-05-31

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2016-05-28

[23:44:46] arathald: so I seem to have landed myself a RoR gig

2016-05-23

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2016-03-18

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2016-03-11

[06:42:47] arathald: evening, gents and gentettes

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2016-01-02

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2015-12-02

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2015-11-27

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2015-11-26

[06:06:29] arathald: evening ladies and gents
[06:06:41] arathald: also those not worthy of an aristocratic title
[06:08:29] arathald: eh, I'm worthy of other things that i prefer
[06:08:37] arathald: I'm not particularly into bots anyway
[06:13:06] arathald: cool. I secretly milk squids for their ink for a living
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2015-11-25

[09:28:27] arathald: I don't think they do either - that was the question.
[09:28:47] arathald: but no one can really answer that for you. find a problem you want to solve
[09:28:51] arathald: and solve it
[09:34:10] arathald: goldbug: your gist is a 404
[09:34:33] arathald: and was dbug/dd0f0250d2900b9d84a8 the login for the site?
[09:35:03] arathald: check the url? it's definitely showing up as a 404
[09:36:53] arathald: and where do I select a language? do I need to log in?
[09:38:14] arathald: goldbug: I'm looking at a login screen
[09:56:35] arathald: bob_f: the issue isn't with saying "guys", it's with getting all defensive when someone asks you not to use it like that
[09:56:54] arathald: bob_f: if you just said "oh, alright, I can do that", no one would bat an eye
[09:57:20] arathald: bob_f: the rule very explicitly says that it doesn't assume anything about your intent
[09:57:49] arathald: "while you probably didn't mean to be exclusive"
[09:59:16] arathald: I see it all the time. I guess I'm particularly used to being cool with whatever terms a person wants being in the lgbt community
[09:59:37] arathald: but a ton of getting defensive because their words are sacred or something i dunno?
[10:07:38] arathald: anyway, falling asleep now. bye

2015-11-22

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2015-11-14

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2015-11-07

[07:24:08] arathald: how's it going?
[07:31:52] arathald: sevenseacat: I've been really distracted from my goal of learning RoR lately. right now, I'm trying to write copy for a FB ad promoting my solo music act :)
[07:34:27] arathald: you might say it's on rails
[07:34:49] arathald: where's that cleverness when I'm writing copy?
[07:35:03] arathald: I'm working with a 90 character limit. so much worse than twitter
[07:54:13] arathald: alright, done writing ads. back to writing songs

2015-11-06

2015-11-01

[22:42:15] arathald: anyone know of a placeholder service (like placehold.it) but for videos?
[22:42:48] arathald: the only one I found uses random videos from instagram, and that's kinda risky

2015-10-29

[05:09:38] arathald: web conventions in general
[05:10:21] arathald: I work on a java stack, we don't do things like that. It's not a Java thing, it's someone doing silly things with their routing

2015-10-27

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[05:08:22] arathald: whoops. forgot to pay my vps bill

2015-10-26

[00:59:52] arathald: cooking and coding again today
[00:59:56] arathald: seems to be a pattern
[01:27:02] arathald: I'm close to shaving a yak here. Went from coding to website design and now I'm now processing photos from a shoot last week
[08:01:30] arathald: hooray, I've got a website up!
[08:01:40] arathald: didn't code it, but it's a website

2015-10-24

[07:43:02] arathald: I think my past week of Java has knocked all of the fright of metaprogramming and "magic" out of me
[08:50:52] arathald: you mean in the form?
[08:52:59] arathald: pretty sure it's just for DOM and CSS. I can't see how turbolinks would rely on it
[08:53:09] arathald: that would be incredibly fragile

2015-10-21

[05:35:31] arathald: plus having built-in content management will be nice
[05:37:30] arathald: are there other libraries like bootstrap that have different feels to them (I looked at bootstrap themes/variations, and they all look pretty similar to my eye except for the complete overhauls that look like sliced pngs)
[05:38:18] arathald: Radar: that's a nice design. clean, simple
[05:38:33] arathald: easy on the eyes. great layout for documentation
[05:39:44] arathald: sevenseacat: it doesn't have to be as awesome as bootstrap. it really just has to give me a different base to start designing up from
[05:41:02] arathald: sevenseacat: because it's not the look I'm going for. I could heavily modify the bootstrap look, but if I can find a base that's more in line with what I want for this site, that'll be easier to build on
[05:42:52] arathald: plus I'm curious. if there's other tools that might be worth working with, I want to know about them
[05:51:56] arathald: I'm liking kickstart, actually
[05:52:06] arathald: i mean, just what I'm reading and seeing
[05:52:37] arathald: though... their "store" that's supposed to be a vibrant community hub for components and designs has 8 things in it, all developed by the same person
[06:08:21] arathald: I got lost looking at beautiful websites
[06:19:29] arathald: ok, time to watch tv