Norm S. wrote:
Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:
only make @comment available.
And of course if you just had @post you could easily extract comments in
the view code by @post.comments.build.
But you shouldn’t. That’s too much logic for the view.
@comment is really not necessary
because @post gives you the handle you need.
Wrong. If you care about MVC, you shouldn’t be building objects in the
view layer. (If you don’t care about MVC, you shouldn’t be using
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