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2016-07-28

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2014-12-12

[19:19:37] djdarkbeat: I???m trying to find something I saw once and it escapes me. What???s the method to tag the ActiveRecord console output with the method that generated it?

2013-03-21

[18:37:49] djdarkbeat: bundler 1.3.4 y u so frustrate me

2013-03-19

[03:59:20] djdarkbeat: the rails composer uses simple form as an option

2013-02-12

[06:02:48] djdarkbeat: working with a legacy database, does ActiveRecord coerce every column ending with _status to boolean?
[06:03:57] djdarkbeat: I'm seeing it in a model
[06:05:22] djdarkbeat: so check this out, if I leave this column name 'prod_offer_status' in iRB it always is cast as boolean in the query,
[06:05:24] djdarkbeat: ", prod_offer_status: false
[06:05:51] djdarkbeat: if I change one letter in the column name and it it from IRB again
[06:06:03] djdarkbeat: no it's int(2)
[06:06:48] djdarkbeat: I'm trying to write an spec against this
[06:06:57] djdarkbeat: alias_attribute :prod_offerstatus, :prod_offer_status
[06:08:16] djdarkbeat: and spec doesn't like that but my tests won't run with the legacy name without active record thinking that _status is some type of boolean.
[06:08:53] djdarkbeat: if I change one letter in the suffix _status to _stats or drop the underscore active record updates it fine
[06:10:38] djdarkbeat: probably looked at 300 stack overflow articles by now.
[06:14:47] djdarkbeat: yeah mysql2 gem
[06:21:37] djdarkbeat: https://gist.github.com/djdarkbeat/4760599
[06:23:11] djdarkbeat: but it's not defined that way in mysql
[06:24:12] djdarkbeat: there's no schema, just using active record outside rails to write some tests on this to start migrating some data when this came up
[06:24:39] djdarkbeat: calling ar at the start of the .spec
[06:25:42] djdarkbeat: yes, I guess I did say that
[06:27:34] djdarkbeat: @epochwolf That explains it. without a schema ar is making some assumptions
[06:35:13] djdarkbeat: All good now. Thanks.
[06:44:41] djdarkbeat: @epochwolf => beverage
[06:45:38] djdarkbeat: will not be too long, I'm in Idaho

2013-01-31

[02:35:31] djdarkbeat: what are the cool kids using for project management these days?
[02:36:52] djdarkbeat: I seem to have clients that either want bug tracking or forum based but nobody seems to use both types or want to.
[02:42:11] djdarkbeat: I was using one that had git integration but then after we moved stuff to git company accounts the API broke

2013-01-22

[20:53:10] djdarkbeat: There are some open source initiatives for working with US government data that are good app examples.
[20:53:45] djdarkbeat: https://github.com/opencongress/opencongress
[20:55:24] djdarkbeat: http://railsapps.github.com/
[20:55:24] djdarkbeat: hushpuppy also check these lots of examples
[20:57:13] djdarkbeat: and search on legacy data for more info on that adelgado

2013-01-16