Forum: Ruby on Rails UL/LI List helpers, or not?

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Bèr K. (Guest)
on 2006-05-21 17:31
Hello,

I have a (bad) habit of abstracting nearly all my code. The DRY idea
helps a lot.

What I want is a simple helper to build UL LI lists:
  def unordered_list_tag(items => [], options => {})
    if :items.count > 0
      render :partial => 'application/unordered_list', :locals => {
items => :items, options => :options }
    end
  end

And a simple general _unordered_list.rhtml, with a loop and some HTML to
handle the view level.

Now the questions:
 Is this a common RoR Way Of Doing Things? I see very little refercen to
such helpers.
 Should I store the 'applicationwide' partials in views/application, or
is there a better place?
 Is there some wiki or so where we can all share such small (yet
usefull) helpers?
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