STI Broken on 1.1


#1

Yeah I’m getting major problems as well. I don’t know what the issue is
but
I’m thinking of going back to 1.0

I would really like to hear if you figure this out, kind of an important
part of Rails for us.

-Paul


#2

On 4/3/06, Paul removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Yeah I’m getting major problems as well. I don’t know what the issue is but
I’m thinking of going back to 1.0

I would really like to hear if you figure this out, kind of an important
part of Rails for us.

-Paul

I make heavy use of STI, and it’s working fine for me in 1.1. Make
sure your STI classes are in files with matching names.
ParentClass in parent_class.rb
SomeSubclass in some_subclass.rb, etc.


#3

Yeah I’m getting major problems as well. I don’t know what the issue is but
I’m thinking of going back to 1.0

I would really like to hear if you figure this out, kind of an important
part of Rails for us.

There has been no reported issues with STI in Rails 1.1. And I don’t
see any trouble in any of my applications that uses STI with Rails
1.1.

Please do explore the issue you’re seeing and post a bug to
http://dev.rubyonrails.org when you arrive at something reproducible.

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#4

Matthew B. wrote:

Wilson B. wrote:

I make heavy use of STI, and it’s working fine for me in 1.1. Make
sure your STI classes are in files with matching names.
ParentClass in parent_class.rb
SomeSubclass in some_subclass.rb, etc.

Is this a new thing? I would swear I’ve put SubClass in Class’s model
file before…

Well, either my memory is b0rked or it is new, but regardless, throwing
the class definition in the same-named file did fix my issue. Thanks
Wilson!


Matthew B. :: removed_email_address@domain.invalid
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#5

Dave and Paul, I think he’s refferring to my post:

http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/60635#57887

Wilson B. wrote:

I make heavy use of STI, and it’s working fine for me in 1.1. Make
sure your STI classes are in files with matching names.
ParentClass in parent_class.rb
SomeSubclass in some_subclass.rb, etc.

Is this a new thing? I would swear I’ve put SubClass in Class’s model
file before…


Matthew B. :: removed_email_address@domain.invalid
Resume & Portfolio @ http://madhatted.com