Some new projects

I am working on [and will someday release] a couple of plugins, in case
anybody wanted to use them before release. So this is a pre-release
notice :slight_smile:

  1. a natural language query helper
    ex:
    School.where ‘name includes’ => ‘Washington’
    School.awhere ‘id in’ => [38,49,50]
    English is much better than SQL :slight_smile:
    This plugin is addictive.

  2. an auto-reloader, such that you can run your app in production mode
    and still change code. Ex: if a file changes, say
    app/controllers/my_controller.rb
    changes, it will auto-reload the model given in that file. Meaning you
    can debug in production mode [very nice for slow computers!]. I’m not
    sure if rails 2.0 does this automatically or what not, but doesn’t seem
    to, whereas this plugin does. Finally speed + code changes.

Anyway if anyone’s interested email me and I’ll hook you up.
Thanks all!
-R

Roger P. wrote:

I am working on [and will someday release] a couple of plugins, in case
anybody wanted to use them before release. So this is a pre-release
notice :slight_smile:

A> plugins or gems?

What if I want to use them (>shocked gasp<) outside Rails?

And do they all got unit tests?


Phlip

I am working on [and will someday release] a couple of plugins, in case
anybody wanted to use them before release. So this is a pre-release
notice :slight_smile:

A> plugins or gems?
class reloader: no tests–it just works it’s like 10 lines of code.
sql simplifier: has some inline doctests.

They’re both just plain files right now. I could package them up any
way desired. Let me know which you’d be interested in [so I’ll know if
I should add tests before giving it out or what not].
-R

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