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2019-08-22

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2019-07-15

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2019-07-11

[20:41:17] pro777: caduguedess> Sorry for the late replay. Give this a try: https://github.com/ryanb/letter_opener
[20:42:35] pro777: It just let's you look at and debug emails in your browser.

2019-06-01

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2019-04-17

[18:23:26] pro777: davidfetter_work> Why not just run it?
[18:25:10] pro777: I mean, run it locally?
[18:28:47] pro777: davidfetter_work> You mean locally?
[18:29:08] pro777: Well, you could just drop, create, and run all the migrations again.
[18:29:12] pro777: Of course you lose all your data.
[18:29:22] pro777: Depends on how nice your seeds are.
[18:31:41] pro777: davidfetter_work> I've not used this, but it might be precisely what you are looking for: https://github.com/bdurand/capture_migration_sql
[18:33:17] pro777: Ahh, looks like that only logs them while they are being run.

2019-04-13

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2019-04-08

[17:57:00] pro777: nacsurte> Are you looking for dependent: :destroy ?

2019-04-05

[19:51:41] pro777: <catbusters> That seems unusual. You could try the rack-mini-profiler and see what's taking so long.
[19:54:15] pro777: What web server are you running locally?
[19:58:05] pro777: Hmm, ok. That's weird.

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2017-10-12

[20:40:35] pro777: SloggerKahn: Have you tried using phantomjs instead of selenium?

2017-09-11

[21:54:57] pro777: dopie: Did you run rake db:test:prepare?

2017-09-08

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[15:38:07] pro777: daveomcd Could you just pinpoint which TR you want with an xpath?
[16:34:43] pro777: daveomcd: You can be very specific.
[16:34:54] pro777: I suppose you can do the same with vanilla CSS selectors.
[18:53:46] pro777: ShalokShalom> Nothing out of the box.
[18:53:52] pro777: Where is that package information coming from?
[19:22:38] pro777: ShalokShalom> If you can pull in that data, you could use something like https://github.com/thoughtbot/administrate to provide an interface to it.

2017-08-29

[22:22:09] pro777: hahuang65: Maybe a specific environment just for those different rake tasks?

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2017-08-07

[14:50:08] pro777: logicscience: Basecamp is written in RoR.
[14:50:50] pro777: As for a sandbox environment, the heroku free tier is easy to setup. Or you could use AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which is similarly easy to setup.
[14:51:37] pro777: A lot of Shopify is also written in RoR.

2017-08-04

[14:28:29] pro777: Radar: Thanks for the tip.
[14:47:03] pro777: faraco: Have you ever built anything with Sinatra?
[14:48:37] pro777: I guess for me, if I think the controller logic would fit in one file, then Sinatra is great. Otherwise I'd go with Rails. Having said that, it depends on the type of problem you are trying to solve.
[14:49:06] pro777: WordPress can be clunky, but you'd be hard pressed to write a better blogging platform from scratch in Rails in a reasonable amount of time.
[14:59:26] pro777: faraco: I think Rails excels are making rapid prototypes of reasonably complicated apps which can be hardened to a production version without a herculean effort. Right now I'm working at a company where our main app is Rails. It's a financial company similar in some respects to the paypal button works.
[14:59:47] pro777: So the domain logic is pretty complicated, but the code is organized in such a way that it's pretty easy to maintain and customize.

2017-08-03

[21:42:47] pro777: benlieb: Use an integer.
[21:45:38] pro777: benlieb: At my US company, we store all currency as cents.
[21:48:07] pro777: benlieb: that I can't tell you from personal experience. I suppose you would store it as millecents then.
[21:48:26] pro777: The moment you start using floats for any currency calculations, the rounding errors will mess up the math sooner or later.
[21:50:02] pro777: http://0.30000000000000004.com/
[21:51:25] pro777: So in the case of puts 0.1 + 0.2, we get '0.30000000000000004'

2017-07-31

[18:17:21] pro777: noob_on_rails: Here a great place to start: http://guides.rubyonrails.org/i18n.html

2017-07-28

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2013-10-19

[19:56:26] pro777: Is the spree admin user menu toggled off if you are using your own devise install?

2013-09-01

[00:10:24] pro777: Has anyone gotten a spree:install to work on an existing Rails 4 project?

2013-08-25

[13:56:44] pro777: Hey, I'm trying to install spree master in an existing rails 4 app.
[13:57:04] pro777: I'm running the generator and I'm getting this error:
[13:57:06] pro777: "actionpack-4.0.0/lib/action_dispatch/routing/route_set.rb:409:in `add_route': Invalid route name, already in use: 'skrill_status_update' (ArgumentError)"