Meantime_filter won't pick up my missing methods


module Scope
protected
def method_missing(method_id, arguments, &block)
if method_id.id2name =~ /^scope_([_a-z]\w
)to([_a-z]\w*)/
scope_model($1.singularize.capitalize, “#{$2}_id”, &block)
else
super
end
end

def scope_model(klass, foreign_key, &block)
  eval(klass).with_scope({
    :find => { :conditions => [ "#{foreign_key} = ?", 

params[foreign_key] ]},
:create => { :user_id => params[foreign_key] }
}, &block)
end
end

Creates methods like ‘scope_products_to_user’,
‘scope_messages_to_mailbox’, etc.

The problem is meantime_filter isn’t running my method_missing method.


meantime_filter :scope_products_to_user #=> NameError: undefined method
scope_products_to_user' for classProductsController’

I can only seem to run the methods from the controller.


meantime_filter :scope_products_to_user_temp
def scope_products_to_user_temp
scope_products_to_user { yield }
end

This works fine.

I think the problem is with how meantime_filter runs its methods.

If it’s not fixable, is there any of good ways of achieving the same
effect?

The first snippet is now a plugin.

Discuss, http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/74274

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