I’m a little excited today because some code I wrote was accepted into the Ruby on Rails core.
It’s a patch I wrote to fix a tricky bug I ran into in
ActiveRecord which can cause a call to one of your model’s attribute methods to sometimes throw a
I came across this bug after upgrading a site I help maintain to Rails 2.3. This site allows users to download demos of software. Users have to specify which operating system they want a demo for, and this is stored in a database column named