Hi Alexis,

I've just finished a site using both extensions and there was no  
problem at all. I was using Radiant 0.9 and I did tweak the Twitter  
extension to use the user timeline rather than the search. Not certain  
if that matters though

Regards

John Polling
twitter: @pollingj

On 10 Feb 2010, at 06:15, Alexis Masters <alexismast...@gmail.com>  
wrote:

> Hello All :-)
> I am working on some sites that require BOTH the Twitter and the
> Mailer extensions. I ran into an error, and in searching the list for
> that error, leaned that these two extensions didn't work together as
> of May 2009.
>
> Has anyone managed to get these working together or am I sunk???
> ~ Alexis
> =================
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>
>
> On Feb 9, 2010, at 12:57 PM, banane wrote:
>
>> Relax, Anton. I simply wrote that b/c Sean said others on the list
>> might know the SQL method.
>>
>> On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Anton Aylward <anton.aylw...@rogers.com
>>> wrote:
>>> banane said the following on 02/09/2010 12:34 PM:
>>>
>>>> In pure SQL it would be:
>>>>
>>>> [snip]
>>>
>>> BTDT.   Deperately want to avoid going back!
>>>
>>>> I'm not well versed enough in Rails to know how to do this, ha!
>>>> Isn't
>>>> there a "sql" option in ActiveRecord where you can just push in db-
>>>> sql
>>>> and not worry about Rails doing the joins?
>>>
>>> The whole point was to use the rails _console_ and use the
>>> object-relational mapping.  If I wanted a SQL solution I wouldn't
>>> have
>>> asked in a Ruby/Rails/Radiant forum :-)
>>>
>>> I like the idea of constructs such as
>>>
>>>  Page.find(:all. :conditions .....).name
>>> as an extrapolation of
>>>  Page.name
>>>
>>> This is "Object" stuff, which is a lot more natural to an natural
>>> language user than the half-RPN nature of SQL.
>>>
>>> SQL is really the assembly code of database programming.
>>> The Rails object relational mapping is the HLL.
>>>
>>> If you love programming in assembly code I'm not going to stop you.
>>> But most of the programmers I know use at least C or C++, if not
>>> Perl or
>>> PHP or Python, and Ruby is one of the more H of the HLLs.
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