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[18:49:42] c0lored: Hello, I have a quick question, regarding the gem Declarative Authorization, When trying to run a rake to set the ruby env and start solr sunspot i get "uninitialized constant Authorization"
[18:51:08] c0lored: full disclosure i am a total noob to ruby, like can hardly read it, but i have been taksed with figureing this out.
[19:17:10] c0lored: Hello, I have a quick question, regarding the gem Declarative Authorization, When trying to run a rake to set the ruby env and start solr sunspot i get "uninitialized constant Authorization"
[20:14:00] c0lored: Got past my first error by requiring declarative_authorization in my rake file... now i get
[13:51:50] c0lored: I have been tasked with figuring out why this RoR app is not functioning correctly. I have got most of it squashed, its serving the right stuff...but on login i get an connection refused... i do not believe its from my Database, as I can see queries running, but I can't seem to find where its trying to connect to.
[19:32:49] c0lored: i have a rails app that is ANCIENT, I was tasked with getting it to run on the latest stack(ruby 2.4.1 / rails 5.2.0)
[19:38:14] c0lored: nzst, it was on ruby enterprise edition 1.8.7-2010.02 / not sure about the rails version.
[19:38:38] c0lored: roamingdog, thats what I tried to say, said we should probably get a ruby developer but that was shot down
[19:40:35] c0lored: yea, throw into the mix 3 purpose made gems, the company that originally wrote this is no longer around
[19:41:42] c0lored: that is obvi the production box i have that box cloned and am using the clone for development
[19:47:47] c0lored: the reason we want to update is i guess the version of activerecord its using is known to be a resource hog and is causing some slow downs, so the update is really to just get to the newest version of activerecord.
[18:10:37] c0lored: Hello, I am getting an error when trying to run "rails s" in the root of my application., well not really my application, an application that was created 5 or 6 years ago.
[18:26:42] c0lored: i have been tasked with updating a server running 3 apps that were written in the ancient time of rails 2.3.5
[18:27:01] c0lored: i have been trying to get these apps to run on the newest stack but was not having luck with rails 5.2
[18:27:48] c0lored: so i decided to run rails 2.3.5 on top of the newer ruby, have crushed most bugs that have popped up. there will be more since the apps used the "mysql" gem which is no longer maintained.
[18:28:26] c0lored: i have installed and replaced all instances of require 'mysql' with require mysql2
[20:22:13] c0lored: Hello, when trying to run my application via "rails s" I am getting a cannot load such file error. Please see paste bin for excerpts.
[20:41:41] c0lored: yea, i have gone through all those google results, and can't see to find a solution that will work for me.
[15:51:17] c0lored: i am having a bit of an issue getting unicorn_rails to run. I know that we really should be using unicorn_rails, but this is an old application i am trying to not rewrite it. It is complaining about a syntax error, yet I don't see one... could some one help?
[17:47:28] c0lored: well Norm, this app was built like 8 years ago... i'm not really sure either. i think that line is getting a session id / key for a database.