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2016-03-10

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2016-03-09

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[19:10:46] flip_digits: Is there a vim plugin that will allow me to jump between do end blocks in ruby code?
[19:13:04] flip_digits: I asked in that chan thanks
[19:42:19] flip_digits: machuga: no I haven't gotten an answer
[19:44:27] flip_digits: machuga: I have that installed and it's not working for me
[19:59:57] flip_digits: machuga: thanks
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2016-03-04

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[19:53:25] flip_digits: Question: is there a good article on testing observers in rails that anyone can point me to?
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2016-03-03

[01:44:27] flip_digits: Question: Does anyone know if there is Cucumber syntax for the following functionality: And show me the step
[01:46:20] flip_digits: I'm hoping that such a thing exists. Sometimes it's difficult to find the underlying step_definition
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2016-03-02

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[13:57:33] flip_digits: Question: is there a way to open the underlying step_definition that a particular cucumber step is using? Something like And show me the step instead of And show me the page
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[23:56:09] flip_digits: Question: how do you test background jobs

2016-02-29

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[01:21:11] flip_digits: Question: I was reading this post on treehouse.com http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/its-time-to-httparty and I saw the httparty has a "success?" method. However when I grep for the method it's not listed in Httparty's api. How do I found out where it's implemented?
[01:24:45] flip_digits: matthewd: I read that post. Thanks
[01:25:11] flip_digits: I meant If I had not read the treehouse blog post I wouldn't have known the method existed
[01:27:51] flip_digits: the method does exist. I just started using it. my question was more along the lines of "how do I find all of the methods in an api I'm using"
[01:28:38] flip_digits: I don't see it listed though that's the thing
[01:32:13] flip_digits: thank! Ropeney
[01:34:05] flip_digits: sevenseacat: yep, you are correct!
[01:44:52] flip_digits: Ropeney: Hey, how did you find that link in the codebase? Teach me please
[01:50:25] flip_digits: I did the same search but my results are not the same
[01:50:50] flip_digits: I don't know what the "blob" is in your search
[01:53:05] flip_digits: Ropeney: thank you
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[22:01:01] flip_digits: Does anyone know how I can get this error "ActiveRecord::UnknownAttributeError in Admin::UsersController#update" when I my user model has that method?
[22:01:56] flip_digits: This only blows up for admin users
[22:02:40] flip_digits: tubbo: but I do have it in the params
[22:03:46] flip_digits: Why would it work for regualr users but blow up for admin users?
[22:04:17] flip_digits: Ok I'll try that
[22:04:51] flip_digits: I have them on both the users controller params and the admiusers params
[22:05:45] flip_digits: I'll have to get permissoin before I post the gist
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2016-02-28

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[18:14:05] flip_digits: I have a question about consuming an api
[18:14:59] flip_digits: Should part of my application that calls out to a third party service be responsible for handing the errors?
[18:15:13] flip_digits: thnaks @_dby8
[18:16:35] flip_digits: I have what is called npi_service that calls out to the api and client code that uses the results
[18:17:28] flip_digits: if a user submits a "malformed" request should my client code handle the error or should npi_service?
[18:17:59] flip_digits: I'm really confused on how to design my classes around consuming an api
[18:23:29] flip_digits: are there any books on how to consume an api?
[18:32:33] flip_digits: greenhat: your response is the crux of my question. I'm unsure how to separte the concerns
[18:33:40] flip_digits: It feels like the class that calls out to the third party service should stop errors from moving up the call chain
[18:34:52] flip_digits: it seems that If I get a bad response I should handle it at the point that it enters my application and not later by any other class. but I could be wrong

2015-12-03

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2015-11-30

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2015-11-29

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[04:48:45] flip_digits: Question: Does anyone know how I can follow a request made to a controller action to its final destination?
[04:50:12] flip_digits: I would like to see each controller it hits all the way down to the model
[04:51:32] flip_digits: n00bdev: I don't understand the question
[04:52:21] flip_digits: I have an admin controller that is passing the request down do subclasses
[04:52:38] flip_digits: no legacy appliction
[04:55:23] flip_digits: pontiki: thanks
[22:18:26] flip_digits: *.net *.split

2015-11-27

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2015-11-26

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2015-11-19

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[01:11:12] flip_digits: Question: I'm importing some csv data that I needs to be activerecord objects, I can't create valid objects because the datetime field needs a date, not a string which is how its' represented in the csv
[01:12:22] flip_digits: is there a standard way to get valid activerecord objects from csv data?
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[16:02:37] flip_digits: is there a standard way to skip the first line of a csv file without using fastercsv?
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2015-11-12

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2015-11-10

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[02:45:03] flip_digits: Does anyone know of a good article on testing sunspot/solr in a rails app?
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2015-11-09

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