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2013-10-10

[17:49:00] remi: I'm wondering if it???s possible to differentiate two association instances ??? one that was eager loaded and one that wasn't. example: https://gist.github.com/remiprev/3dbe87971e0841e2930f

2013-10-02

[12:27:28] remi: I'm trying to get ActiveSupport autoloading and inflector work with an HTMLHelper module but I'm getting a circular dependency error. Here are the relevant files: https://gist.github.com/remiprev/f331f48576ef409babf4
[12:27:45] remi: can anybody spot what's wrong?
[12:39:16] remi: pskrz: but I'm not including it manually. Rails does it because it's in app/helpers, right?

2012-11-13

[18:26:55] remi: is there way to know if a certain record has been loaded from .find_by_sql?
[18:27:23] remi: for example, User.find_by_sql("select id from users limit 1") returns [<User id=1>] but User has more fields
[18:27:57] remi: I mean, is there a way to check if a loaded record has all its attributes?
[18:29:36] remi: tubbo: exactly. but in an "after_initialize" callback, I'd like to know if the object has more attributes than the ones that are loaded
[18:32:40] remi: tubbo: just thought of something. all possible fields for User are available in User.columns; I could check if the record has the same number of attributes as the count of User.columns
[18:33:12] remi: tubbo: thanks for your help! :)