The problem with ruby on rails is

RUBY on RAILS is just TOOO FREAKING EASY.

I keep forgetting how easy stuff is to do,
and keep trying to look for more piece’s to the
puzzles. I keep trying to make it harder then it is.

I keep thinking I need to ask for help, and I don’t need it.
I did dynamic menu’s in less then 5 min, after some guy
let me know how how easy it is, again. :)))))
Helper files rock.

I am still waiting to do my XML files.
And RUBY said, “she don’t want them.”

Anybody wanna buy my used JAR’s?

I did dynamic menu’s in less then 5 min, after some guy
let me know how how easy it is, again. :)))))

Could you possibly point me to a link that describes this easy
technique for doing dynamic menus that you are talking about? Thanks.

  ... doug

doug wrote:

I did dynamic menu’s in less then 5 min, after some guy
let me know how how easy it is, again. :)))))

Could you possibly point me to a link that describes this easy
technique for doing dynamic menus that you are talking about? Thanks.

  ... doug

i will write up what to do, and how, with the code, and blog it,
this evening.

i will also add some places to get pure css menu’s (if somebody needs
that.)

On Dec 19, 2007, at 10:33 AM, gemblon (t.b.) wrote:

RUBY on RAILS is just TOOO FREAKING EASY.

I keep forgetting how easy stuff is to do,
and keep trying to look for more piece’s to the
puzzles. I keep trying to make it harder then it is.

I know the feeling. I do the same thing. I was working on something
the other night and was thinking through this convoluted algorithm to
perform this task, and then I stopped and thought, “Surely there is
an easy, Ruby way to do this”. And there was. A one-liner. When I
got it working, I even let out an “That’s cool!”

Peace,
Phillip

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