What's the preferred way to get your bug (with patch and in one case tests even) looked at by Rails

Hi all -

Used to be bug/patches would get a certain number of +1’s. There was
even a site designed to help with it (http://www.patchreview.org/) but
it seems out of date…

I’ve fixed one ugly bug and made a decent enhancement… just
wondering what the procedure is to get eyeballs looking at them?

If there’s a big bright sign on lighthouse that indicates the
procedure just point me there and I’ll hit myself upside the head :slight_smile:

-philip

Maybe this helps?

http://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994-ruby-on-rails

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On 15 Aug 2008, at 07:00, Philip H. [email protected] wrote:

Hi all -

Used to be bug/patches would get a certain number of +1’s. There was
even a site designed to help with it (http://www.patchreview.org/) but
it seems out of date…

Pimp your ticket on the rubyonrails-core mailing list or in the rails-
contrib Orc channel.

Hi all -

Used to be bug/patches would get a certain number of +1’s. There was
even a site designed to help with it (http://www.patchreview.org/)
but
it seems out of date…

Pimp your ticket on the rubyonrails-core mailing list or in the rails-
contrib Orc channel.

Ah… the intro to rails-contrib points to here:

http://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994/sending-patches

Looks like they are still using the +1 system…

Which really means I should rave about them everywhere I suppose :slight_smile:

So…

http://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994/tickets/765-primary_key-option-for-belongs_to
Now you can have a has_many/belongs_to relationship in which you don’t
use the table’s primary key on either side.

http://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994/tickets/583-sql-queries-with-where-in-are-incorrectly-generated-for-named-scopes
Fixes a bug when involving named scopes and find_all_by_???.

So if you care about either of those check them out :slight_smile:

-philip

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