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GitHub User: krichtof

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Thanks Solomon for your solution ! It works great!
I'd like to use your solution as a scope (because I'd like to make a search not based only on tags).
The problem is that the "all" method breaks chaining scope.

I tried to make a scope like this, but doesn't work (not the expected result) :(

scope :tagged_with, lambda { |names|
joins(:taggings,:tags).where(tags: {name: names}).group('articles.id').having(['COUNT(*) >= ?', names.length])

Any idea ?