Is this line of code right in Ruby 1.9.2 / Rails 3

I am looking at a ruby script and testing it…
I don’t fully understand the following line of code :

database = YAML::load_file(“config/#{fetch(:db_file,
‘database.yml’)}”)

=> fetch(:db_file, ‘database.yml’) … what’s is this function
fetch() ?

I know the fetch(key, *extras) in ActiveSupport, but this is not the
case… any suggestion ?

thanks

Is this part of a capistrano script?

https://github.com/capistrano/capistrano/wiki/2.x-DSL-Configuration-Variables-FetchIf
so then it uses the value in deploy.rb where
set :db_file
is defined.

(Perhaps look here:
https://github.com/leehambley/capistrano-handbook/blob/master/index.markdown
)

Otherwise I would imply you should give some more information about the
type of script you are looking at.

On 02/02/11 15:22, Erwin wrote:

case… any suggestion ?

thanks


best regards
Bente P.

Thanks , you’re right, :db_file is defined, and the line runs well…
my concern was about the ‘fetch’ function which returns a string…
it seems to return the second string argument if the first is not
defined …
but is it a Ruby function or a Rails function …
I know a anArray.fetch( aString) but not this one …

I told you: it is a method of capistrano.
set sets the value, fetch gets it
Follow my first link and read the chapter “Variables” …
Or look here
https://github.com/capistrano/capistrano/wiki/2.x-DSL-Configuration-Variables-Fetch
Or look here
https://github.com/capistrano/capistrano/blob/master/lib/capistrano/configuration/variables.rb

On 02/02/11 17:57, Erwin wrote:

https://github.com/capistrano/capistrano/wiki/2.x-DSL-Configuration-V...If
On 02/02/11 15:22, Erwin wrote:

best regards
Bente P.


best regards
Bente P.

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