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[21:49:09] ecksit: hello there! i'm looking for a way to get the raw SQL from a DB migration in my codebase. is this possible? if so, is someone able to point me at some docs for it? i've been coming up empty.

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[08:03:44] ecksit: evening folks - i'm having a bit of a dilemma with sending emails in activejob via mailgun. according to the logs it is enqueing and running it but the email never seems to get sent. i am using the configuration mentioned at https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/mailgun#sending-emails-via-smtp
[08:04:22] ecksit: i've been able to confirm it's not happening as the mailgun UI never says it's receives it
[08:05:14] ecksit: @sevenseacat, i have a call to mail in a custom mailer that extends ApplicationMailer
[08:05:40] ecksit: sure, one moment
[08:11:14] ecksit: @sevenseacat, https://gist.github.com/anonymous/b4ee353b2613781a259d7566b74f548e is what i am looking to do
[08:12:03] ecksit: ah ok, thanks.
[08:12:10] ecksit: let me try that
[08:12:24] ecksit: i'm not seeing any errors
[08:13:19] ecksit: @norc, yeah - i know that's wierd. everything else wants correct methods but action mailer seems to do it's own thig
[08:18:56] ecksit: thanks a bunch! that was it!
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[04:57:57] ecksit: hi, i'm wondering how i would go about doing the following PHP snippet in ruby? `print $myobj->{$myval};` where it would first evaluate the value of $myval and then be usable as a method
[05:03:51] ecksit: i've found eval but i'm not sure if that is the best approach
[05:19:12] ecksit: thanks, let me try that

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[22:15:55] ecksit: morning! i'm trying to track down which piece of middleware is mutating an env value. is there an easy way to watch for changes to a particular variable in middleware?
[22:16:22] ecksit: or would it just be better to set break points after piece of middleware and step through it?
[22:17:18] ecksit: that might do it, thanks!

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[22:14:18] ecksit: hey, what are some methods that a rails application can be catching all uncaught exceptions? i have looked for `rescue_from` but it doesn't appear anywhere in the codebase.
[22:16:18] ecksit: sure Radar. i'm using a third party exception tracker which uses middleware to capture all uncaught exceptions. however somewhere in the legacy code we are double sending it but i can't seem to find where/what is causing it.
[22:17:29] ecksit: i don't want you to solve it, just explain some of the ways that rails can catch uncaught exceptions.
[22:17:57] ecksit: then i can take a look through what i have and see if anything matches up
[22:18:24] ecksit: does that make sense?
[22:19:28] ecksit: ok, thanks. is there anything in ruby that could be doing something more?
[22:19:59] ecksit: thanks - will check it out.

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[10:13:31] ecksit: hey, what do people use for rubygem documentation? i've got a gem that exposes methods via a client that i would like to display how to use. i like tomdoc but can't see a way for it to generate nice outputted documentation
[10:16:10] ecksit: thank Ox0dea, i'll check it out
[10:16:23] ecksit: zotherstupidguy, i'm not too keen on people needing to know the methods
[10:19:58] ecksit: Ox0dea, do you know if that can automatically generate using that custom plugin?
[10:20:04] ecksit: say, on push to GitHub
[10:21:47] ecksit: will --plugin work for a yardopts file?
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[21:35:43] ecksit: hey, i'm upgrading to MRI 2.2 from 2.1.7 and now one of the specs is failing with a "ArgumentError: unexpected prefix: #<Pathname:test.txt>" whereas that wasn't happening before. does anyone know what is causing this?
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[21:50:31] ecksit: hey everyone, i'm trying to build a reusable http client for my gem and i've hit a snag. i'd like to be able to create a single instance of a "client" and then reference that from within other parts of my gem. see code sample at https://gist.github.com/anonymous/bd162bfd3f18feff2044. could someone guide me in the right direction to get the second part working?
[21:57:54] ecksit: at the moment, just a string but i realise it needs to return an object to operate on
[21:59:16] ecksit: i've tried putting it into modules and including them from the client but i think i'm having issues with inheritence and passing on the variables i need
[22:02:56] ecksit: havenwood, i've found an example of how i want it to look to the person using it https://github.com/zendesk/zendesk_api_client_rb#usage (`client.tickets.some_method`) but i don't need the modelling associated with it
[22:05:41] ecksit: something in your editor Testo?
[22:06:47] ecksit: apparently not - i get the same results
[22:07:35] ecksit: use `p hasho.to_yaml({:line_width => -1})` instead
[22:08:06] ecksit: that removes the additional new lines i was seeing
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2015-08-23

[00:00:11] ecksit: i have tried adding a contraint at the mount defined route but it doesn't seem to be getting through
[00:00:24] ecksit: example `mount API => '/', :constraints => { :email_address => /.*/ }`
[00:00:57] ecksit: but i'm also wondering if that :email_address is what my API is seeing
[00:01:20] ecksit: the url looks like `http://0.0.0.0:5000/api/users/test@example.com`
[00:07:11] ecksit: is there a way to mark a contraint for everything passed through instead of a specific param?
[00:12:12] ecksit: i.e. anything that hits that route, is allowed through with a '.' - not just a single field or param
[00:19:32] ecksit: you could create a helper (or method) to do it. using `to_s` is pretty common practice
[00:21:40] ecksit: sure - just found http://mixandgo.com/blog/the-beginner-s-guide-to-rails-helpers
[00:22:39] ecksit: you can create application helpers but often they are under utilised and wasted :(
[00:23:11] ecksit: you could also just define a `to_s` method in your controller and use that within your views
[00:27:28] ecksit: still stumped on this routing issue :( i need to be able to allow anything through that contains a '.' in it for a particular route, not just a single param
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[23:58:06] ecksit: hey, i've mounted grape (for an API) at '/' via my routes file however one of my sub routes includes a '.' within the parameter and i keep getting route not found error. i know why this is happening but i'm not sure as to how to fix it