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I did a crude fix that seems to work. I basically just required the time_duration library from inside models/episode.rb.
class Episode < ActiveRecord::Base
Please correct me if this is the wrong approach :)
Is anybody else receiving this error?
To replicate you clone the repo for the episode, go into the after folder and run
time bundle exec rake spec:models
I am using ruby 1.9.3-p385 and rbenv.
Episode translates single digit seconds into timecode with minutes
Failure/Error: build(:episode, seconds: 60*8+3).timecode.should eq('8:03')
uninitialized constant Episode::TimeDuration
# ./app/models/episode.rb:8:in `duration'
# ./app/models/episode.rb:5:in `timecode'
# ./spec/models/episode_spec.rb:19:in `block (2 levels) in <top (required)>'
Thanks! I have been looking for something like this.
I had the same problem and the solution is basically that you have to enable hstore on the database. Run the following (after you have created the db of course :)
$> psql blog_development
blog_development=# CREATE EXTENSION hstore;
For futher information and how to do this as a rails migration see this
I managed to figure it out :)
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