GitHub User: forrest
Are Time.zone or I18n.locale thread safe? They seem like class variables, but are used in most Rails apps.
Thanks Ryan. I was wondering if you had any tips for using assets in the JST templates?
Is there any reason not to have the method missing check the @object first? As the presenters are usual about a particular model, and delegating a dozen items can be painful.
def method_missing(*args, &block)
if @object.respond_to? *args
@object.send *args, &block
@template.send *args, &block
Thanks for the great episode!
The show notes have 'views/articles/show.json.builder' as the one path, but it should be '.jbuilder'
Very timely episode. I'm implementing it now!
Same problems for me
If nothing is running when I open a new tab (cmd + t) from ZSH, it is in the directory of the previous tab. However, if my rails server is running and I open a new tab, it defaults to my home directory. Any suggestions on how to get consistent behaviour? I would prefer to always have the previous tabs location.
I've actually forked off prawnto and merged all the fragmented branches into a gem. It's working well with Rails 3.1. I hope to continue development, so don't be shy about feature requests or contributions.
You can find it at https://github.com/forrest/prawnto
If anybody wants to use prawnto, it's become very out of date. I have tried to merge all the fragmented branches and update the code for rails 3.1. You can find the newest version with instructions and a wiki at https://github.com/forrest/prawnto.
Hope it helps!
Very excited to try it out. Thanks for the great episode!