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[17:47:10] otherj: is devise / cancancan still the recommended authentication/authorization stack these days?
[17:47:42] otherj: and what's the 2018 ruport gem?
[17:50:23] otherj: also, (sorry, coming back to rails after about four years), do you people normally now still use local rbenv or something, or is everyone using docker & co.?

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[08:07:36] otherj: how to proceed?
[08:07:36] otherj: anyone remember how things work with rails 2.3? I am trying to use a version of attachment_fu which claims to work with 2.3, but am having a bit of trouble actually installing it. this legacy app with which I am playing uses an older version in vendor/plugin. I'm trying to remove that and install it via bundler using :git =>. first problem: it doesn't show up under installed gems when I do that. is it better to just put it vendor/gems? any idea
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[23:14:19] otherj: anyone have a hint for getting rails older than 1.0 to 1. tell me what version it is exactly and 2. use changes to environments/production.rb?
[23:16:23] otherj: I know, I know. that's why I don't know for sure how to do stuff!
[23:17:13] otherj: I can gist 'em unless you need something specific
[23:17:46] otherj: I'm only even looking at it because it stopped sending email via sendgrid, and I'm not sure if that's because of sendgrid or something on its server
[23:19:30] otherj: well, I should say, they TOLD me it's that old. I don't know for sure, which is why I'm asking!
[23:20:49] otherj: https://gist.github.com/otherjustin/d5fc641b5193ffccf2f8
[23:21:10] otherj: actually it references 1.1.6 here, so maybe it's just VERY old and not DEAD SEA SCROLL
[23:21:53] otherj: it doesn't have a Gemfile lads. this is serious.
[23:25:00] otherj: I actually don't even see rails listed in `gem list`, so I'm not sure how it was installed back then
[23:28:49] otherj: smathy, I see that, and I'm grepping, but I gotta say I'm not finding an actual number. the hunt continues.
[23:48:19] otherj: 0.9.5 for those wondering!
[23:48:52] otherj: and thanks old sports

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[21:41:17] otherj: anyone have an idea why these seemingly similar migrations would, for create donations, make the weight field an int and for create purchases make it varchar in the database?
[21:41:19] otherj: https://gist.github.com/otherjustin/a370ad971ac6bc54e0f0

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[20:54:55] otherj: does chruby have the same purpose as rbenv?
[20:58:19] otherj: wow, chruby looks pretty baller

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[17:46:23] otherj: anyone know of a gem that helps determine if things fall in an arbitary time segment? like "records created between some date and a year from them on an anual bassis"
[17:48:14] otherj: I would guess more like accounting. the goal would sort of be like "records created between january 15 and a year from then every year". almost like a fiscal year idea i guess?
[17:50:33] otherj: ok. well I'm sort of struggling to even explain it :P
[17:51:09] otherj: I guess I'm really just tying to figure out how to specify a sort of 'fiscal year' and then figure out stuff based on the current period
[17:51:25] otherj: seems difficult to google unless I want to find out about menstruation apps

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[11:32:00] otherj: the Gemfile, but I'm not sure if that's related
[11:32:00] otherj: I'm having an issue where when I deploy with cap, it seems that rails connects to the db (because I don't get the error that one would expect when the db can't be contacted), but it seem that the actual records aren't accessible. For example, in console if I do Model.all, it's just => #<ActiveRecord::Relation []>. How should I start to troubleshoot this? I did notice that I have to do bundle exec gem list to actually see the gems installed from
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[15:54:11] otherj: any ideas for what would cause rails to be able to connect to a database but not return any records? rails seems to be able to connect but if I go to the console and put Model.all, I just get => #<ActiveRecord::Relation []>
[15:54:20] otherj: not sure where to begin troubleshooting this
[15:55:38] otherj: it's weird, because basically if I run it locally with just rails s it's working
[15:55:57] otherj: but I'm in a vagrant virtual machine with this and it shows the behavior I mentioned
[15:56:13] otherj: the production log shows wht one might expect
[15:56:43] otherj: so I'm wondering if it's some kind of environment problem
[16:01:41] otherj: man, this is really weird
[16:02:16] otherj: I even switched from rbenv to just system ruby, thinking that might be the problem
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[21:07:18] otherj: you'll probably have more success if you just ask
[21:26:46] otherj: why would you even want a ror job without knowing it extremely well?
[21:33:20] otherj: FailBit, what was your comment earlier on this topic?

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[17:51:26] otherj: for those of you deploying with cap ... what's the preferred way to install bundler? should it already be on the server (with ansible etc), or should cap itself be installing it, or what?

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