Tagtools vs acts_as_taggable


#1

tagtools and acts_as_taggable are both folksonomy tools for rails,any
one who has used them both and can give a compare between them?
Grateful!


#2

i use acts as taggable for a high traffic blog netowrk. its good and
extandable. I implemented tag rules and tag censoring in
acts_as_taggable and happily using it.


#3

Hi,

If by tag censoring you mean something like:

find_tagged_with(:any => ‘music’, :not => ‘rock punk pop’)

then I’m trying to implement that myself at the moment and am wondering
if you (or anyone else?) could help. I think my sql skills are letting
me down.

I have it working with a sub select but I’m not sure that it’s the best
way. For the example above, I currently find everything tagged
with :any, excluding all rows that match the results of everything
tagged with the :not tags.

Surely there is a simpler way?

Thanks in advance,

John.

On Wed, 2006-03-29 at 12:01 +0300, Onur T. wrote:

i use acts as taggable for a high traffic blog netowrk. its good and
extandable. I implemented tag rules and tag censoring in
acts_as_taggable and happily using it.
uranus wrote:

tagtools and acts_as_taggable are both folksonomy tools for rails,any
one who has used them both and can give a compare between them?
Grateful!


http://johnleach.co.uk


#4

No my filter walks tags one by one and removes the censored tags from
tag_list.