Message from discussion A little love for acts_as_taggable #8279
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From: Evan <ewea...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: A little love for acts_as_taggable #8279
Date: Mon, 07 May 2007 12:21:23 -0000
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Another solution is my has_many_polymorphs plugin--it has a generator
for self-referential Tagging generator in it. I haven't publicized it
yet because I need to add an example controller. But the models,
migrations, helper methods all work fine already.
On May 7, 1:52 am, "Michael Koziarski" <mich...@koziarski.com> wrote:
> Acts as taggable was only intended as a demonstration of how to use
> the polymorphic associations. We're not really maintaining it as a
> drop-in tagging solution. There are already more complete
> implementations out there like:
> Thanks for the patch, but I'm not sure it necessarily needs to be applied.
> On 5/7/07, monki <gee...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I was working with acts_as_taggable earlier and thought I could make
> > it a bit friendlier.
> > I submitted a ticket and patch #8279. Basically, there are three
> > differences.
> > 1. Fixed the deprecated :dependent => true
> > 2. Added migration generator (it has really specific requirements on
> > table layout, so might as well generate it).
> > 3. Expanded the README to explain using the migration and to include a
> > usage example.
> > Feedback much appreciated.