Forum: Ruby on Rails Re: Is old school STI broken? How would you do the same now?

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918c6daad03c85e51ad1a11f57017947?d=identicon&s=25 Devin Mullins (twifkak)
on 2006-04-03 19:58
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-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Chris T <ctmailinglists@googlemail.com>
> Have you declared the list model in application.rb?
>
> class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
>   model :list
>
> You need to do this so the application knows about StaticList class (It
> will only know about the subclass once it's read the list.rb model
> declaration)
I Might Be Wrong, but I don't think you don't need to do this. Just name
the file static_list.rb -- active_support overrides Object.const_missing
so that constant references get snake-cased and require'd.

Devin
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