Rails internals?

Is there a list for discussing Rails internals or is that kind of one
of those jealously guarded secret things?

Also, I seem to be being a bit of a prat today, but if you read this
closely:

Bit of a grammatical error there. (Sorry!)

Giles

Giles B. wrote :
| Is there a list for discussing Rails internals or is that kind of one
| of those jealously guarded secret things?

Well, I would say that even if no one wants to talk about internals with
you, you can at least resort to reading the sources :wink:

Otherwise there are some interesting discussion on rails-core.


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Giles B. wrote :
| merci beaucoup mon ami! (or words to that effect.)

Your french is perfect :wink:


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Giles B. wrote:

Is there a list for discussing Rails internals or is that kind of one
of those jealously guarded secret things?

Also, I seem to be being a bit of a prat today, but if you read this
closely:

http://www.rubyonrails.org/images/headlines/community.gif

Bit of a grammatical error there. (Sorry!)

Giles

Giles,

I’m a newbie to Rails too, and I’m interested in a more thorough look at
the rails internals as well (mainly because I think ActiveRecord imposes
undue burdens on my database schema, but ActiveController is pretty
cool). If you’d like to collaborate, drop me an email.

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