Simply Rich Authenticator Released

Hi,

I have developed a mini Rails app using Rails 2.0.2, RESTful
authentication
and Acts as State Machine. It has the following features:

  1. Login
  2. Logout
  3. User Activation
  4. Forgot Password
  5. Reset Password

You can check out the code from:

svn checkout
http://simply-rich-authenticator.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/simply-rich-authenticator-read-only

Happy New Year!


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Hi,

On 29-Dec-07, at 4:13 PM, Bala P. wrote:

  1. Reset Password

You can check out the code from:

svn checkout http://simply-rich-authenticator.googlecode.com/svn/
trunk/simply-rich-authenticator-read-only

Nice!

I think you need a space in that command:

svn checkout http://simply-rich-authenticator.googlecode.com/svn/
trunk/ simply-rich-authenticator-read-only

I did something pretty much exactly like this just before 2.0 was
released, except with role_requirement and some timezone stuff. I also
needed to add some scope functionality that was pretty specific to the
applications I write.

It was not as straight forward as I’d hoped. I stopped doing much with
it, mostly because I took the opportunity to upgrade one of my
applications from 1.0.x to 2.0.x (two years later), but also because I
was getting a bit concerned about maintaining such a thing.

It seems to me that the modifications I had to do were not specific to
a single plugin but were changing/depending on multiple plugins – the
plugins don’t seem particularly modular… and non-modular things
don’t upgrade nicely.

What do you, and everyone else, find with RoR and plugins. Is there
something I’m missing (please say I’m missing something) or is there
really a modularity problem?

Cheers,
Bob

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I think there is a bug in your password reset code.

undefined method `password_reset_code=’

You are calling a variable I believe.

Jon

Bob H. wrote:

  1. Login

I did something pretty much exactly like this just before 2.0 was
a single plugin but were changing/depending on multiple plugins – the

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