1. shep says:

    GAH! The fun I would have.

    I fucked around with Samplitude the other night - turns out I can actually record my own voice. Too bad I'm clueless on multi-track recording.

  2. winn says:

    you'll definitely have fun. god knows i do. peace.

  3. Matt Canadian says:

    Party at your house!

  4. Luis says:

    I've found the solution to this issue I'm using Rails 3 and my class looks like this (and the pralbemotic methods was this too)class Organization < ActiveRecord::Base def self.parents @organizations = self.find :all, :conditions => ['is_company = ? ',true] select_choice = I18n.t("select") + " "+ I18n.t("segments.description") @organization_parents = [select_choice] for organization in @organizations @organization_parents << [organization.name, organization.id] end return @organization_parents end #...endI did have to hack a lot in the code to find out something was wrong with the named_scope on the line@organizations = self.find :all, :conditions => ['is_company = ? ',true]So I had to change it to something like this@organizations = Organization.where("is_company = ?",true)But it was wrong too.. So I decided to add an scope for this below the class name so the final code looks like this:class Organization < ActiveRecord::Base scope :company, where("is_company = ?",true) def self.parents @organizations = self.company select_choice = I18n.t("select") + " "+ I18n.t("segments.description") @organization_parents = [select_choice] for organization in @organizations @organization_parents << [organization.name, organization.id] end return @organization_parents end #...endSo using this line with the scope@organizations = self.companyit worked flawlessly in every part of the code.I was wondering if the named_scope is deprecated when using class methods or they are not supported from now and throws an error and not a warning beforeThanks for your helpLeo

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