Forum: Ruby Help with multiple file upload

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2f515221472e537a7642f0ead9c7772c?d=identicon&s=25 arjun ghosh (Guest)
on 2007-04-23 15:08
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  I am a newbie and am trying to make a system which needs multiple file
upload....i saw lot of different methods on the net when i googld it
such as
act as attachment, using js, using flash,etc.
But i am quite confused by now also. I am not very sure what to do as
of them gives a coherent explanation of how to do it. And its an
0c344de5db3869f5d9e9a3b57bce62fa?d=identicon&s=25 Chad (Guest)
on 2007-04-23 15:24
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You can find a multiple file upload tutorial at the Rails Grunt
Here is a link to the site
2f515221472e537a7642f0ead9c7772c?d=identicon&s=25 arjun ghosh (Guest)
on 2007-04-26 14:22
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Hi Chad,
 Thanks for the guidance. But what i finally implemented was using
attachment_fu as its an updation over act_as_attachment by Rick
Olsen<>.  WHile searching the net, found lot
of c@#p things but along with ur link,
the other link which helped was and
In fact the guy who blogs at Noobie site, created a multiple upload
based on
the grant and the clark link. Thses are the beat one i found. In fact
is not much actually help info out there

2f515221472e537a7642f0ead9c7772c?d=identicon&s=25 arjun ghosh (Guest)
on 2007-09-25 23:08
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Hi Chad,
 I am also implementing it on a windows box and it worked. You can have
look at the clarks's web site where he has
mentioned how to install it. Now i have used minimagick to do my
creation as it is not resources intensive and also it does not have the
installation probs like rmagick. So u can have a look.

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