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This plugin no longer works with Rails 2.1 and has subsequently been discontinued. As an alternative, try placing this in application.rb: helper_method :read_fragment_or_cache def read_fragment_or_cache(opts) #puts "read_fragment_or_cahce called. opts = #{opts.inspect}" # Check to ... [More] see if key has expired return nil unless opts[:key] key = opts[:key] expire_at = opts[:expire_at] || Time.now fragment = Rails.cache.read(key, :raw => true) #fragment = read_fragment(key, {:expire_at => expire_at}) if fragment.nil? puts "\n\n Fragment NOT FOUND for key: #{key}\n" # Render whatever should be rendered by the render options to a string for caching. fragment = render_to_string(opts[:render]) Rails.cache.write(key, fragment, :raw => true) #result = write_fragment(opts[:key], fragment) else puts "\n\n Fragment WAS INDEED found for key: #{key}\n" end return fragment endThen you can define cache helper methods (in application.rb, for example) like: helper_method :cached_popular_this_week def cached_popular_this_week fragment = read_fragment_or_cache :key => "home/popular_this_week", :expire_at => 1.hour.ago, :render => {:partial => "shared/popular_this_week"} return fragment endAnd simply call them in your views with: <%= cached_popular_this_week %> There might be better ways to do all this. Hopefully this is of some help though if you are migrating to Rails 2.1 and beyond. [Less]

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设置目标,分享目标,记下目标完成进度,查看相同目标的人

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First joint project we make together.

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Yep.

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codeXchange is a social coding network with code snipplets, sample applications, tutorials and news posted both by the portal administrators and users as well.

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Develope by F14 team.

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ppshow is a simple blog based ROR. first it will support tag category and archive.

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Código del curso de Ruby on Rails de la Universidad de Oviedo

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A plugin to simplify the ftp deployment of your rails app. Edit the config/pdeploy.yml to configure and issue the command: rake pdeploy:send That is it, your app will be uploaded to the web server using the simple ftp protocol. If your files has changed no problem, pdeploy will upload only files that have changed.

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A pastebin written in ruby

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