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[06:40:23] rushed: arathald: there are quite a few streamlined frameworks (sinatra is an example) if you want something you can look at all in one go
[13:55:38] rushed: nettoweb: and how did you confirm that your deploy script is restarting the workers?
[09:14:22] rushed: lollysticky: what does the application do? is there an existing database with data in it you care about?
[09:16:14] rushed: lollysticky_: you'll need to install the old version of rails that corrisponds to the version it last worked with then (and if the project is pre-bundler all the support gems it needed in the correct version)
[09:16:58] rushed: lollysticky_: if you decide to work with versions that old it would be important not to expose the machine to the internet as there would be significant security implications for the server
[09:17:33] rushed: lollysticky_: if you have access to a machine or vm where the application was running previously you could interrogate what's installed on it
[09:44:30] rushed: rvanlieshout: how did you verify that the change in the source file made it to the server? how did you verify that the change in the source file was not in the precompiled output?
[10:16:13] rushed: dionysus69: it depends on your stack, /var/log apache and/or nginx would be a good place to start
[10:32:31] rushed: EdwardIII: I would just "rails generate controller EntriesAdminController" and add resource routes as desired
[10:32:57] rushed: EdwardIII: but /entries/admin is weird, usually you would probably see /admin/entries
[10:33:19] rushed: EdwardIII: /entries/admin would generally read as the entry with an identifier or slug of "admin"
[11:36:26] rushed: norc: unrelated to the failure you don't need to explicilty "return" things (the last result is returned) and you can use "def self.foo" instead of "class <<" if you like
[11:39:59] rushed: norc: your preference is generally frowned upon, but enjoy :) you might also check out using respond_with and a json builder if you get to the point that you would like to clean up your respond to blocks
[13:46:47] rushed: Jon30: you probably have garbage in one of your js files, potentially from copy and pasting something in from the web
[16:16:29] rushed: big|bad|wolf: not using one, they're all bags of disappointment and misunderstanding which you might tolerate for a little while if you have other things to worry about~
[01:21:02] rushed: acti0nman: if you're interested in a Rails related solution you might take a look at the mechanize and nokogiri gems
[06:55:58] rushed: cheeti: best would be to save your money and work on having a good github profile
[07:53:46] rushed: Oog: don't use the helper to add the index, add it explicitly after the table create?
[07:54:11] rushed: Oog: they're just helpers, at the point where they are no longer "helping" move on :)
[08:16:52] rushed: rorF: you might consider gisting what you're working with, the result, and what you're expecting
[08:22:04] rushed: rorF: gist = using https://gist.github.com to show us your code (as it mentions in the channel note)
[08:35:35] rushed: rorF: also, do you even need comments in your output (as opposed to using "-#" to just leave a ruby comment in the source without impacting the output)
[08:39:08] rushed: rorF: what have you done to verify that (c_notif.trigger_date.to_date - Date.today.to_date).to_i >= 4.abs is true?
[08:42:24] rushed: rorF: how does that tell you anything about if "(c_notif.trigger_date.to_date - Date.today.to_date).to_i >= 4.abs" is true?
[09:54:32] rushed: _lazarevsky: don't be scared of the "sharding" the gems listed cover a variety of db crazy
[10:26:50] rushed: execute: don't guess man, put in some logging, or use something like binding.pry to poke at your objects to see what's going one :)
[12:08:02] rushed: EdwardIII: right, why do we use ruby when other languages are nasty bug proof, so silly~
[12:23:09] rushed: EdwardIII: you might consider giving the testing tools and workflows from the Rails ecosystem a try before striking out on your own :)
[12:25:31] rushed: EdwardIII: instead of seeing how they work, you might consider reading how they work http://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html
[02:11:16] rushed: jeffleeismyhero: how did you verify that it made it to the remote repo and then to the server?
[02:17:32] rushed: jeffleeismyhero: is there anything else in boilerplate.scss that does appear, can you gist the application.css that shows it should be included?
[02:22:09] rushed: jeffleeismyhero: generally a deploy that results in missing or corrupted assets wouldn't be considered working~
[02:43:34] rushed: jeffleeismyhero: bumping the version changes all your hashs (even if the content doesn't change)
[11:15:01] rushed: EdwardIII: if you're building a large number of CMS style template sites, Rails might not be the best choice
[11:45:06] rushed: also suspicious: groups who need to add thirty developers in six months but don't know where to find them~
[02:09:42] rushed: any sutuation where they would need to know something like that would be highly suspicious
[02:40:09] rushed: bonhoeffer: this might be a good time to verify that production dbs are unreachable from your dev machine~
[03:50:39] rushed: sunya7a: if you're just trying to follow allong you might condier trying to checkout a hash from the timeframe the article was written
[04:11:12] rushed: benlieb: depending on your installation ruby may or may not be using the same certificate store are your browser
[04:30:32] rushed: mices: and didn't someone point out why that was happening due to the construction of your form?
[08:46:26] rushed: hamster88: you're building a blog in rails? you might consider... not doing that and using one of the existing platforms :)