strcmp1

Activity Graph

Page 1 of 3 | Next »

2016-02-02

[00:39:21] strcmp1: has joined #ruby-banned
[00:39:42] strcmp1: for those so inclided
[00:39:46] strcmp1: can you please unban me
[00:40:02] strcmp1: i was banned for objecting to governing the use of word 'guy' as being anal
[00:41:27] strcmp1: Client Quit

2015-11-08

[06:13:57] strcmp1: has left #ruby: ()

2015-09-21

[00:36:59] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[00:37:33] strcmp1: has left #RubyOnRails: ()
[00:37:36] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[06:11:00] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 264 seconds
[11:29:12] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[11:42:38] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 246 seconds
[12:01:30] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[12:16:14] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[12:18:27] strcmp1: Remote host closed the connection
[12:19:56] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[12:43:39] strcmp1: jhass: dude.. :|
[12:44:16] strcmp1: jhass: is 'guys' not gender neutral to begin with?
[12:45:32] strcmp1: i don't want to discuss it, believe me, but this is getting just a tad bit ridiculous
[12:46:41] strcmp1: your attempts to be inclusive seem to alienate and disrupt so far, to be honest
[12:49:07] strcmp1: apeiros: it's not a word in my vocabulary, however, i think you are misguided if you believe this type of policing of words is actually a good thing. it's the other extreme. no extreme is good.
[12:49:46] strcmp1: not interested. lets leave it there.
[12:50:13] strcmp1: yt = youtube
[12:52:11] strcmp1: Remote host closed the connection
[12:52:40] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[12:54:35] strcmp1: say the words that flow naturally
[12:54:45] strcmp1: nothx for thought police
[12:54:51] strcmp1: if i wanted that id join #northkorea
[12:55:08] strcmp1: has joined #ruby
[12:55:16] strcmp1: sad state of affairs indeed
[12:59:55] strcmp1: apeiros: I won't return to this channel anymore. I think this is just unbelievably ridiculous. I am came here to discuss ruby, that's it. I do not care if people used words towards me that are in no way derogatory unless you take an extreme position which considers 'guys' to be a derogatory word. females use that word to describe a group of females, and males do the same. i know this, because i am a native english speaker, and you are not.

2015-09-16

[00:36:00] strcmp1: *.net *.split
[00:37:26] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[00:42:10] strcmp1: Client Quit
[16:51:48] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[16:53:39] strcmp1: habitullence, assert_file to test something that generates a file seems fine
[17:48:27] strcmp1: Read error: Connection reset by peer
[20:23:23] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-15

[01:54:05] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[15:15:24] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:58:06] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[17:32:11] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-14

[10:46:34] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[17:27:48] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 252 seconds
[17:28:21] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-13

[00:11:24] strcmp1: have i come to the right place to meet people who hate computers and want to live in a world more like 1901?
[00:14:20] strcmp1: thank god. i have been looking everywhere for this place.
[00:17:06] strcmp1: Sigma00, lol
[00:17:17] strcmp1: Sigma00, yes 1970 was ok
[00:17:21] strcmp1: but i want to further
[00:18:04] strcmp1: sounds like a computer thing
[00:18:10] strcmp1: i want nothing to do with it
[01:57:57] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 268 seconds
[02:07:54] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[13:12:28] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 256 seconds

2015-09-12

[13:06:59] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:58:47] strcmp1: i think you are smoking too much of your database if you are still doing this
[16:04:32] strcmp1: it becomes muscle memory after a while
[16:04:56] strcmp1: yeah rails is easy enough
[16:05:58] strcmp1: no its not that at all, my comment was meant more of a joke
[16:06:50] strcmp1: do you have data for your DB yet?
[16:07:37] strcmp1: when you do, create /api/strains.json plz
[16:11:27] strcmp1: huck5, need to use fields_for?
[16:12:07] strcmp1: huck5, if is just a bunch of IDs, sending param key as 'the_ids[]=1,2,3,4] will make params[:the_ids] = [1,2,3,4]
[16:12:11] strcmp1: or something like that
[16:12:28] strcmp1: no ] after 4
[16:13:20] strcmp1: oh im sure that suggestion is not standard at all, there is def a way for rails to handle all this for you
[16:14:35] strcmp1: when you create a strain, you want to create multiple Effects also?
[16:14:44] strcmp1: look into accept_nested_attributes_for, in that case
[16:15:05] strcmp1: then use fields_for() when building the associations
[16:15:10] strcmp1: btw Feeling != Effect.
[16:17:10] strcmp1: so Effect has many Feeling
[16:17:18] strcmp1: sounds like u wanna do that accept_nested thing
[16:17:53] strcmp1: still sounds like accept_nested_attributes_for is needed then.
[16:18:48] strcmp1: profdoidao, what about it?
[16:18:54] strcmp1: many troll questions start this way
[16:19:09] strcmp1: waheedi, cuz of rack-cache middleware
[16:19:33] strcmp1: donno if u can
[16:20:36] strcmp1: you should be able to because the app happens AFTER the middleware
[16:20:52] strcmp1: so any edits or changes to the headers should be canonical on ur side
[16:21:01] strcmp1: unless rack-cache does something dumb, which wouldnt surprise me

2015-09-09

[06:41:29] strcmp1: Read error: Connection reset by peer
[16:34:01] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[21:09:46] strcmp1: Read error: Connection reset by peer

2015-09-08

[01:35:00] strcmp1: Read error: Connection reset by peer
[03:19:30] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[03:32:49] strcmp1: pwnd_nsfw, there's still times when its preferable to use raw SQL over AR abstractions
[03:33:55] strcmp1: AR shouldn't make you ignorant of SQL
[07:05:09] strcmp1: Read error: Connection reset by peer
[19:59:41] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[20:42:21] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 250 seconds
[20:43:10] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-07

[02:15:26] strcmp1: *.net *.split
[02:21:57] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[03:14:19] strcmp1: sevenseacat, yep. i wondered that too.
[03:14:35] strcmp1: there is vagrant halt/suspend
[03:14:40] strcmp1: i would expect halt = down
[03:15:24] strcmp1: pontiki, what do u see
[03:16:47] strcmp1: not exactly cuz halt is different than to suspend, unless crowbar it = halt.
[03:19:30] strcmp1: ok apologies then
[13:16:51] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 240 seconds
[13:19:32] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[13:24:31] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 260 seconds
[13:36:48] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[13:41:57] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 272 seconds
[13:43:02] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[13:47:15] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 250 seconds
[13:49:37] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:24:45] strcmp1: spygame, validates :association_id, presence: true
[15:25:00] strcmp1: and NOT NULL constraint in DB probably

2015-09-06

[01:09:07] strcmp1: pwnd_nsfw, ye
[01:09:12] strcmp1: skype works fine
[01:09:36] strcmp1: some linux users like to sandbox cuz they dont trust it but it def works fine
[19:10:27] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[21:55:56] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[22:36:23] strcmp1: Radar can hook you up with a free copy

2015-09-05

[00:06:25] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 255 seconds
[00:06:55] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[00:18:56] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 244 seconds
[00:41:15] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[01:20:12] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 268 seconds
[01:35:14] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[03:17:08] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 256 seconds
[03:19:45] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[03:29:04] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 244 seconds
[03:29:32] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[05:15:21] strcmp1: NOT FORGIVEN. REPENT AT THE ALTAR OF SATAN.
[05:54:06] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 265 seconds
[05:54:33] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[06:02:31] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 240 seconds
[06:03:01] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[06:14:28] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[08:39:40] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[09:00:10] strcmp1: chipotle, ror devs are paid pretty well
[09:00:17] strcmp1: 125k is standard i think
[09:00:44] strcmp1: "SF Standard" ofc
[09:00:51] strcmp1: but if youre remote SF is game for you too
[09:01:02] strcmp1: i work for SF company
[09:01:07] strcmp1: and before that NYC company
[09:01:10] strcmp1: im in ireland
[09:01:22] strcmp1: you saw https://www.weworkremotely.com ?
[09:01:55] strcmp1: https://weworkremotely.com/
[09:02:08] strcmp1: the message is that for remote work RoR is great
[09:02:17] strcmp1: you shouldnt have a prob once qualified
[09:03:44] strcmp1: yeah getting your foot in the door is always the hard part when you have no prior experience
[09:03:56] strcmp1: like 70k for junior
[09:04:16] strcmp1: and nyc is pretty awesome for ruby jobs anyway
[09:06:21] strcmp1: chipotle, without prior experience/recommendation it can be hard though. you might find something that can mix your drupal/PHP/wordpress(?) skills with ruby,i saw one exact job like that on weworkremotely a while ago actually. so i wouldnt worry too much.
[09:07:16] strcmp1: when you feel confident of it, i guess
[09:28:45] strcmp1: arup_r, you always find the weirdest bugs
[09:46:15] strcmp1: relax, youre just overwhelmed
[09:47:19] strcmp1: idk if i agree that it is hard or not. it has concepts that can be hard to grasp, and it doesn't give any kind of crash course for those concepts (back when i learnt it).
[09:47:30] strcmp1: the guides are probably a good resource too, and "live".
[09:48:38] strcmp1: im not sure
[09:49:16] strcmp1: i cant remember how i learnt rails, i know i learnt ruby first and was way more interested in that. rails felt like a breeze after that, just APIs, and learning wtf MVC is.
[09:50:38] strcmp1: pontiki, yeah i def agree with that. from skimming.
[09:50:47] strcmp1: web development is vast.
[09:51:26] strcmp1: is that a quote or your own words?
[09:52:21] strcmp1: i actually think the people who would find it hardest would be PHP programmers, because i imagine most arent familiar with any comp sci concepts and just wanted something quick+dirty+easy(PHP)
[09:52:28] strcmp1: obv not for every case like sevenseacat
[09:54:04] strcmp1: when i learnt ruby/rails i wasnt familiar with anything but perl + weird sh hacks. i found rails to be too much, so i focused on ruby and came back. then it was easy.
[10:48:52] strcmp1: unless you are jhass, then you know everything
[10:49:34] strcmp1: jhass, what is the meaning of life?
[10:50:12] strcmp1: only the beings within it are cruel.
[10:50:26] strcmp1: jhass, i like that better than 42 :)
[10:51:42] strcmp1: but also that one.

2015-09-04

[18:43:41] strcmp1: <y> company uses Elixir will never be a thing
[18:45:36] strcmp1: cuz Elixir is a toy that will never go that far, IMO
[18:46:23] strcmp1: whats vapid?
[18:46:45] strcmp1: yeah it is
[18:46:52] strcmp1: its just my personal opinion
[18:48:24] strcmp1: my opinion isnt based on any numbers or stats though but i think its more likely other languages would outpace elixir (like Crystal, much more promising to me)
[18:51:47] strcmp1: tubbo, its syntax takes inspiration from ruby all over the place, but its not the same in all cases and as a language it is definitely distinctively different. it will have its own concurrency model, its statically typed, compiles to machine code, and so on. the guys behind it wanted it for high perf web services (kinda like Go)
[18:52:24] strcmp1: its come along way
[18:52:53] strcmp1: it started to make decisions that break with "the ruby way" a few months ago, and havent stopped since then.
[18:53:33] strcmp1: sure i just dont see it as being less niche than erlang already is
[18:54:34] strcmp1: true its more friendly to people coming from dyn langs with a syntax like ruby
[18:55:55] strcmp1: few people have written web frameworks already
[18:56:38] strcmp1: it only gets more stable as time goes by tho
[18:56:49] strcmp1: a few months it was particularly bad for bugs
[23:26:49] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 255 seconds
[23:28:43] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-02

[03:24:41] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[04:27:04] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[05:46:25] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[16:31:57] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-09-01

[01:26:43] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[16:00:49] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[17:03:19] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 250 seconds
[17:27:37] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[17:31:04] strcmp1: Client Quit
[17:31:44] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[17:38:29] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 246 seconds
[17:48:03] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[18:26:07] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 240 seconds
[19:10:42] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-08-31

[00:11:14] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 246 seconds
[13:43:03] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:13:32] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 252 seconds
[15:13:59] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:23:58] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 255 seconds
[15:35:54] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[16:55:18] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[20:15:05] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[23:02:31] strcmp1: Ping timeout: 240 seconds
[23:06:28] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails

2015-08-30

[07:54:33] strcmp1: respond_to? :"acts_like_#{duck}?"
[07:55:05] strcmp1: thats how it works, return value of that method on String doesnt really matter for it to work.
[07:55:57] strcmp1: i dont understand why they choose respond_to? as well
[07:56:03] strcmp1: id use a dictionary/hash personally
[12:06:56] strcmp1: Quit: Leaving
[15:46:56] strcmp1: has joined #RubyOnRails
[15:57:18] strcmp1: arup_r, i wish posts like that became github issues
[15:59:49] strcmp1: i think what he said is still true
[16:00:18] strcmp1: but i guess it will never be fixed
[16:01:41] strcmp1: the api is the hard part
[17:41:37] strcmp1: just like that
[17:42:08] strcmp1: $MYAPP_DATABASE_PASSWORD in your shell
[17:42:23] strcmp1: guess you might be using dotenv?
[17:42:28] strcmp1: in that cases its in a file
[18:01:19] strcmp1: what do you mean almost all gem names are "gemname"
[18:01:23] strcmp1: as opposed to gem_name?
[18:04:13] strcmp1: siaw, factory_girl_rails integrates rails, and factory_girl alone does not?
[18:04:19] strcmp1: that whats the gem descriptions suggest