Nuby: do models have to inherit directly from ActiveRecord?

On Jan 14, 2006, at 12:11 AM, [email protected] wrote:

how to
achieve this kind of behavior? I know I could modify ActiveRecord
but that seems brittle – to run my app on later versions of rails,
I’d have
to remember to re-modify ActiveRecord.

That’s how you do it.

What’s really brittle, though, is my brain. This is my first RoR
app, and
parts of rails (convention over config, built-in ORM and testing) I
immediately loved. But some stuff seems like it would be, well,
[puts on
fireproof suit] easier in Java. I’m still sort of waiting for it
all to come
together in my mind.

A few things are harder than they should be, like subclassing
ActiveRecord::Base. Rather than make the common thing easy,
ActiveRecord reserves subclassing for a seldom-used feature.

Anyways, apologies for being a dunce. Any guidance on how to best
handle the
abstract base class question would be much appreciated.

Bite the bullet and add those methods.

Eric H. - removed_email_addr[email protected] -
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