Petan C. wrote:
<%= render :partial => ‘recent_posts’, :collection => @posts %>
@posts = Post.find(:all, …, :limit => 5)
Using the new Rails method is prettier. If Rails sees @recent_posts
it will automatically assume the name for the partial and pass through
recent_posts as a local posts variable.
<%= render :partial => @recent_posts %>
<%= image_tag recent_posts.photo.url(:thumb) %>
and it will end up with this error:
“undefined method `symbolize_keys!’ for “/posts/24?user_id=1”:String”
The :collection passed through is @posts. But you are referencing
recent_posts instead which is different.
If you go with rails iterating through the collection then the
singularization of the plural name will create “recent_post” from
“@recent_posts” and you can reference the name that way.
<%= image_tag recent_post.photo.url(:thumb) %>
If passing in @recent_posts doesn’t make sense then you would need to
reference through @posts with something like
where post was created by rails for iterating over the @posts