Okay, I finally figured out what was going on with my mysterious migrate-to-Rails2 problem. In Rails 1.x, I got away with over-riding  and = on an ActiveRecord::Base model class. This made for some very convenient coding, which is now littered all over my application. In Rails2, you apparently can't do this. Should I assume this is right, rather than a bug? Should it be documented anywhere? Still trying to think through the best least painful way to refactor my code.
on 2008-11-10 23:22
on 2008-11-10 23:47
On 10 Nov 2008, at 22:22, Jonathan Rochkind wrote: > Should I assume this is right, rather than a bug? Should it be > documented anywhere? and = have (as far as I can remember) allowed you to access attributes (and are documented as such). Overriding public AR methods is always going to be risky as you may not be the only using them - Active Record itself may well be using them. > > Still trying to think through the best least painful way to refactor > my > code. What was your definition of /= ? Fred