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2014-06-30

[15:21:14] queequeg1: If I manually manipulate an enum's integer value will that break the state machine?

2014-06-25

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2014-06-23

[00:54:36] queequeg1: I want to have routes nested under user "user/:user_id/essay/:id" but I don't want to create any user routes because those are handled by devise. When I try to nest routes I create user routes ads well. How do I avoid craeting any new user routes?
[01:02:32] queequeg1: I had tried that but forgot the comma.

2014-06-20

[16:34:49] queequeg1: So by default the emails are not sent during tests? To be clear I want this to be true, I don't want to send any emails when I'm testing. Not right now.
[16:37:08] queequeg1: Yup. I'm good. Thanks for the confirmation.
[16:37:36] queequeg1: I was just being paranoid about spamming whoever hast test@test.com :-)
[16:39:05] queequeg1: one can only imagine.
[16:40:02] queequeg1: I'm sure /dev/null has lots of good stuff to read.

2014-06-13

[04:42:10] queequeg1: I'm getting a: wrong number of arguments (2 for 1) because of line 7: https://gist.github.com/davidvgus/1b7a8b12c6bf5533e7f9
[04:42:33] queequeg1: It looks like a normal call to me.
[04:43:35] queequeg1: Is there something obviously wrong with the haml file in the gist?
[04:44:50] queequeg1: 7 = stylesheet_link_tag "application"
[04:45:08] queequeg1: Is where I'm getting the error.
[04:53:20] queequeg1: I'm using tmux and trying to figure out how to select my back buffer. I will post the trace in a moment.
[04:56:23] queequeg1: https://gist.github.com/f9e436f37a252de905e2

2014-06-12

[16:30:08] queequeg1: I'm looking for very small projects/gems to do some practice reading code. Any suggestions. The smaller the better as I'm looking for things around 100 lines of code.
[16:33:38] queequeg1: I've mostly used rails most of the gems I have looked at are too complex for first foray into code reading. I was really hoping to find something small.
[16:45:42] queequeg1: have any suggestions you think are fairly easy to follow?

2014-06-07

[06:12:30] queequeg1: So a page has many collaborators (:source => :user) through :collaborations. I want to have a way to delete all the collaboration join table records for a page.
[06:14:26] queequeg1: I is there an accepted way to destroy @page.collaborators
[06:16:44] queequeg1: make a nested route?
[06:16:52] queequeg1: That way you could have the user_id
[06:17:30] queequeg1: /users/(:id)/notes/(id)/edit
[06:17:38] queequeg1: I'm a newbie, I'm just throwing it out there.
[06:18:11] queequeg1: Glad I could give you a hint. I hope it works.
[06:22:01] queequeg1: I guess I will just do a .where on collaboration and then destroy all

2014-06-06

[05:51:31] queequeg1: I'm thinking of using pundit for authorization but I have guests that will not have accounts and therefore not have roles. Should I bother using pundit?
[05:52:27] queequeg1: Could you be more specific. Since I'm not creatting accounts I'm not sure how they have roles.
[05:53:41] queequeg1: So in the controller I create a visitor role for everyone that is not authenticated?
[05:55:32] queequeg1: There are three types of users, the guest (no account), free account and paid account.
[05:55:50] queequeg1: I'm just working on a programming exercise project.
[05:57:16] queequeg1: sevenseacat: does a guest user need an account? I don't want people to have to sign up if they are just viewing public content.
[05:58:09] queequeg1: I'm sorry if I seem dense. I just assumed that a guest user was an plain unauthenticated session.
[05:59:41] queequeg1: Now I will go read the docs again. Obviously I need to have a better understanding.
[05:59:59] queequeg1: I just wanted a hint that I would probably use it.
[06:00:43] queequeg1: I haven't checked that one out yet. I've heard it mentioned many times though.
[06:02:15] queequeg1: Ah, I didn't remember reading about the fallback.

2014-05-22

[01:42:33] queequeg1: is there a good rails newbie channel on freenode?
[01:42:45] queequeg1: #rails is invite only
[01:45:29] queequeg1: So if I want to look at the source for "response" do I look at the rack source or is it somewhere in rails?
[01:46:03] queequeg1: Here are my create method from users_controller and the method I use to generate the error: https://gist.github.com/davidvgus/5706780c385124f21855
[01:46:38] queequeg1: The it clause I'm having trouble with is on there too.
[01:48:07] queequeg1: I guess that was incoherent. My issue is that I'm not sure how to render an error for a json response.
[01:52:57] queequeg1: It salts them?
[01:56:01] queequeg1: I see what you are saying. It would seem that there would have to be a different salt for each user.
[01:56:41] queequeg1: how_do_i_land: I'm reading this: https://github.com/plataformatec/devise/blob/master/lib/devise/models/database_authenticatable.rb
[02:05:57] queequeg1: I don't see any salt in my schema. But maybe it uses created at in some way?
[02:08:37] queequeg1: I wonder if they are using the username?
[02:08:53] queequeg1: I just did a search on github but didn't find it quickly.
[02:12:10] queequeg1: GeekOnCoffee: where is that code? I'm new to coding and having a hard time finding it.
[03:05:17] queequeg1: In a controller how do you render a json error response so that in your test "response.should be_error?" evals to true?
[03:06:12] queequeg1: right now I'm doing: "render json: response.to_json, status: status"
[03:06:18] queequeg1: status is 422.

2014-02-04

[19:08:46] queequeg1: Howdy. I have a Message that belongs to a Sender. I'm trying to enable anonymous messaging. So if the message is_anonymous? I want to override the sender's name. Is there a standard technique?
[19:10:09] queequeg1: rager: I'm not sure. I want to replace the sender name with "anonymous"
[19:10:24] queequeg1: but only if the message is anonymous.
[19:11:52] queequeg1: I was hoping to do it at the model layer so that if someone later uses the code "message.sender.name" that it would work without them having to know what is going on.
[19:14:02] queequeg1: I was originally going to do that with a app helper method. I'm just trying to figure out if there is a less obtrusive way to do it.
[19:14:35] queequeg1: Is there even a name for what I'm trying to do? In reverse it would be delegating.
[19:18:18] queequeg1: rhizome: I'm not sure if I understand. I don't want to change the name method on Sender. I want to Message to intercept calls to Sender.name only when message.sender.name is called. I appologize if I sound dense. :-) I'm pretty new.
[19:19:04] queequeg1: It sounds like this type of thing doesn't exist?
[19:21:14] queequeg1: Thanks for all the help. I will absorb and integrate now :-)
[19:21:44] queequeg1: I'm going to right now.
[19:24:23] queequeg1: I will make a gist that might clarify what I'm trying to do.
[19:30:30] queequeg1: https://gist.github.com/davidvgus/30960aaeddc2f8b1edbe
[19:32:28] queequeg1: Maybe I need a proxy object or something. But because it is active record it might be too complicated.
[19:32:41] queequeg1: Heh, I thought it was crazy.
[19:34:06] queequeg1: I will give it a try in a branch and see what happens.
[19:35:33] queequeg1: First I will lunch and walk the dog. Then I will try my crazy code. bbl thanks for the help.