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Standup 05/21/2007

Interesting Things

  • Rails gotcha: with ActiveRecord.findXXX, you can specify query parameters such as :group_by, :limit, and :include. But if you use those three together Rails will generate an incorrect query.
  • Rspec 1.0 has been released.

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*“Can you use the Venkman Javascript Debugger to debug programatically-loaded JS, files that are actually hosted by a 3rd party, such as Yahoo!?” We don’t think so, but if anyone in the community has an answer, let us know.

  1. steve dp says:

    Hey Guys,

    Steve ( from Zubio ) here.

    You actually can. But in my experience Venkman doesn’t play well with Firefox. I use it with Mozilla Seamonkey (with which it comes prepackaged). I have used it to debug dynamically loaded javascript many times.

    Just curious why you’re going with Venkman over Firebug (since I know Firebug supports dynamically loaded js) ? Is it the ability to pretty-print obfuscated code? Or the look/feel of the debugger?

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