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[09:59:37] platzhirsch1: flughafen: what a name
[10:00:09] platzhirsch1: the correct form is: du mich auch
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[20:26:22] platzhirsch1: This is why I love Ruby gems: Domainatrix "A cruel mistress that uses the public suffix domain list to dominate URLs by canonicalizing, finding the public suffix, and breaking them into their domain parts."
[20:28:48] platzhirsch1: RubyPanther: You have your old form back
[20:29:35] platzhirsch1: certainty: Because you want to parse URIs?
[20:29:47] platzhirsch1: or I didn't get what you mean
[20:31:41] platzhirsch1: certainty: But that does it anyway, you can pass a complete domain name, too
[20:34:41] platzhirsch1: certainty: what's the example?
[20:36:13] platzhirsch1: certainty: It comes in handy for me, because I want to build a web crawler that stays on a certain domain, so I avoid regexp
[20:36:58] platzhirsch1: It's either that or querying a DNS
[20:38:18] platzhirsch1: I am so excited, in March or so the .berlin domains will be released


[18:38:45] platzhirsch1: Just looked through an article "where designers take their photos and images" and there are soo great links to galleries offering public domain images that look more than stunning


[20:15:16] platzhirsch1: There is a Ruby Heroes Award every year
[20:15:27] platzhirsch1:
[20:25:16] platzhirsch1: wald0: Depends on the kind of people using language X
[20:25:26] platzhirsch1: Ruby = Hipsters, often have a somewhat good taste for design
[20:26:50] platzhirsch1: cout: naw, you are wrong :P


[16:11:45] platzhirsch1: This is new to me, when you issue a POST request to /your_resources then normally it makes an automatic redirection so a template for /your_resources/create gets rendered?
[16:14:43] platzhirsch1: geoffw8_: ah ok, I just noticed that before I made an explicit call to render, for instance render :text => ...


[16:02:06] platzhirsch1: Rails.application.routes.recognize_path(request.fullpath) delivers me {:controller => "metrics", :action => "show", :repository => "x", :metric => "y:} yet current_page?("metrics#show") delivers me false, how can I make this work, doesn't this work due to the addition parameters?
[16:03:53] platzhirsch1: ljarvis: just tried it, that works :)
[16:04:50] platzhirsch1: ljarvis: I am confused now, too. If I remember correctly it worked at one point until I refactored my routes
[16:07:39] platzhirsch1: at this point I didn't have the other parameters


[09:46:10] platzhirsch1: does it make sense to use Rails with AngularJS?
[09:48:38] platzhirsch1: mikecmpbll: it's more like I am thinking now to implement certain features like a filter search with Angular.JS instead of JS because I have the feeling it will be faster


[19:56:23] platzhirsch1: Is it okay to use different views on the same controller? It seems like so due to the Rails convention for URLs: /controller/view1, /controller/view2, ...


[18:47:21] platzhirsch1: CoffeeScript files are compiled into one JavaScript that's fine, but how can I check whether this or that code should be executed? Is this done by checking the current page or similar?
[18:50:52] platzhirsch1: How do I control which JavaScript gets executed when using asset pipelining?


[21:23:19] platzhirsch1: In my model there are attributes, if they were not computed yet I want to raise an exception which is rescued by the ApplicationController. Now I have different controllers where this exception can be thrown, but they all access the same model. Should I put the raise exception into the model class or into each controller?


[12:36:07] platzhirsch1: In Ruby im querying the current progress of a process which I would like to visualize with JavaScript. How does one structure this normally? Use ExecJs to run the appropriate JavaScript method?
[13:32:34] platzhirsch1: How do I store data a little bit longer than one request? Are sessions normally used besides databases?
[13:33:06] platzhirsch1: geoffw8__: I want to store job ids of background processes
[13:33:25] platzhirsch1: geoffw8__: I might move to store them in a database anyway, but for now something more lightweight would be nice
[13:33:34] platzhirsch1: geoffw8__: yes
[13:34:02] platzhirsch1: yeah, probably I should do it the right way right away
[13:34:25] platzhirsch1: geoffw8__: I am visualizing their progress on the frontend
[13:36:22] platzhirsch1: geoffw8__: and what about class variables inside a controller. I am just curious
[13:44:02] platzhirsch1: elaptics geoffw8__ yes, I just read an article "Don't use class variables"


[17:10:21] platzhirsch1: How do I get the relative path inside a controller? I only know request.fullpath
[17:11:15] platzhirsch1: well, what about trying it yourself. request.path works just fine


[10:03:57] platzhirsch1: gon is such a nice library


[13:00:14] platzhirsch1: Any idea what could be best practice for setting the class of a <li> element to "active" depending on which view is rendered?
[13:01:18] platzhirsch1: chase-work: yes that would make sense, and the helper figures out what class to print, none or "active"
[13:06:46] platzhirsch1: universa1: that seems decent enough, and nil is valid return value is it? I wondered how to do this
[13:09:01] platzhirsch1: chase-work: I find the answer of denysonique really beautifuk
[13:09:07] platzhirsch1: beautiful/expressive