Acts_as_taggable gem problems

With acts_as_taggable 1.04…

  1. how can I get a frequency of tags?
    i.e. /tags/list I want to list of tags sorted and listed with
    their frequency

tags_controller.rb:

def list
	@tags = Tags.find_by_sql 'select name, count(*) as freq from tags

group by name order by freq desc’
End

tags/list.rb:

<ul>
<% @tags.each do |t| %>
<li><%= t.freq %> <%= t.name %></li>
<% end %>
</ul>

According to the acts_as_taggable gem rdocs
(ActiveRecord::Acts::Taggable::ClassMethods) I should be using
Issues.tags_count, but I get a NoMethodError. Any ideas? This
doesn’twork in the console either.

(I’ve since opened up taggable.rb and taken a look at the sql
involved. I have figured out the sql to do this in MS SQLserver to
give me the correct results, but this still doesn’t solve the
NoMethodError)

  1. I cannot add tags to my models via my UI but I can add them via the
    script/console. When I try to add them via the UI in
    issues_controller.rb I get a NoMethodError

issues_controller.rb

def create
	@issues = Issues.new(params[:issues])
	@issues.tag params[:tags] # NoMethodError raised here
	if @issues.save
		flash[:notice] = 'Issues was successfully created.'
		redirect_to :action => 'list'
	else
		render :action => 'new'
	end
 end

issues/_form.rhtml

<!--[form:issues]-->
<p><label for="issues_name">Name</label><br/>
<%= text_field 'issues', 'name'  %></p>
<p><label for="issues_add_tags">Tags</label><br/>
<%= text_field 'tags', ''  %></p>
<!--[eoform:issues]-->

My params[:tags] are getting populated correctly.


Craig B.

http://www.luckybonza.com
AIM: kreiggers

Anyone?

On Jun 21, 2006, at 7:26 PM, Craig B. wrote:

group by name order by freq desc’
According to the acts_as_taggable gem rdocs
script/console. When I try to add them via the UI in
else
<%= text_field ‘tags’, ‘’ %>


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