Depricated Controller Method :model

Hi everyone,

I’ve just found out that the :model method in ActionController is now
depricated. According to the source it suggests that it is now taken
care
of via ActiveSupport.

Can anyone tell me the equivelant method in ActiveSupport? I’ve had a
look
and the candidates for what I think is equivelant are

:depend_on
:associate_with (a wrapper around :depend_on)
:require_or_load

I’m leaning toward :depend_on can someone confirm or point me in the
right
direction please?

I’ve also noticed that with these methods multiple models can no longer
be
specified in a single call.

Any help would be great.

Cheers

Daniel

On 2006-09-20, at 22:47 , Daniel N wrote:

Hi everyone,

I’ve just found out that the :model method in ActionController is
now depricated. According to the source it suggests that it is now
taken care of via ActiveSupport.

Can anyone tell me the equivelant method in ActiveSupport? I’ve
had a look and the candidates for what I think is equivelant are

There’s no method in active_support. What the deprecation means is
that if you reference a constant, say, Post and it’s undefined, then
rails will try to load post.rb, and expect it to define Post.

So it’s all automagic now.

On 9/21/06, Caio C. [email protected] wrote:

Can anyone tell me the equivelant method in ActiveSupport? I’ve
had a look and the candidates for what I think is equivelant are

There’s no method in active_support. What the deprecation means is
that if you reference a constant, say, Post and it’s undefined, then
rails will try to load post.rb, and expect it to define Post.

So it’s all automagic now.

The main reason that I used the :model method was if I was storing
objects
in the session.

Does the automagic happen with re-constituded objects from the session?

Thanx for the reply

On 2006-09-21, at 03:19 , Daniel N wrote:

The main reason that I used the :model method was if I was storing
objects in the session.

Does the automagic happen with re-constituded objects from the
session?

I don’t really know. I often disrecommend storeing ARs in the session
(store the id instead)

Try without model and let’s see how it goes.

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