Re: File uploads

2008-07-23 Thread zimbatm
Yum. Did you try just setting YourApp::H = Mash ? If it works like
this out of the box
then we can keep the simpler solution and provide a recipe to work with mash ?

2008/7/23 Magnus Holm [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 I'm playing with Mash (http://mash-hash.rubyforge.org/) which has some really
 nifty stuff. Here's the branch: http://github.com/judofyr/camping/tree/mash.
 It requires 0.0.6 (which is only on GitHUb), but will work with 0.0.3
 if you drop
 the latest patch.

 I don't know if it's worth another dependency; maybe zimbatm's patch is
 better.

 On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:40 AM, Bluebie, Jenna
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 NoMethodError undefined method `tempfile' for #
 That sure is odd... I guess in Camping 2.0, uploads are not a Camping::H.
 Can we please change Camping::H to output ::H's instead of the original
 value when the original value is_a?(::H)
 That be good. Recursive yumminess. Doesn't solve hashes in arrays, but is
 nice for this and some other things like playing with JSON. :)
 Looks like to do that, we'd need to override Hash#fetch, and maybe Hash#[]
 and stuff... complex, maybe beyond camping scope. Still, I really think
 for consistency file upload hashes in the @input should be ::H's. Maybe not
 put the functionality in ::H, maybe some processing specific to @input.
 Coming right down to it, I'm thinking about putting the functionality in the
 actual Hash class why don't we do that normally? does it cause problems
 with some libraries?
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Re: File uploads

2008-07-23 Thread Magnus Holm
Mash[] doesn't work exactly as wanted (if you give it symbols):

Mash[:test = 1] #= Mash test=nil
Mash[:test = 1, :cool = 2] #= Raises error

So we have to alias self[] to self.new...

On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 10:10 AM, zimbatm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Yum. Did you try just setting YourApp::H = Mash ? If it works like
 this out of the box
 then we can keep the simpler solution and provide a recipe to work with mash ?

 2008/7/23 Magnus Holm [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 I'm playing with Mash (http://mash-hash.rubyforge.org/) which has some really
 nifty stuff. Here's the branch: http://github.com/judofyr/camping/tree/mash.
 It requires 0.0.6 (which is only on GitHUb), but will work with 0.0.3
 if you drop
 the latest patch.

 I don't know if it's worth another dependency; maybe zimbatm's patch is
 better.

 On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:40 AM, Bluebie, Jenna
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 NoMethodError undefined method `tempfile' for #
 That sure is odd... I guess in Camping 2.0, uploads are not a Camping::H.
 Can we please change Camping::H to output ::H's instead of the original
 value when the original value is_a?(::H)
 That be good. Recursive yumminess. Doesn't solve hashes in arrays, but is
 nice for this and some other things like playing with JSON. :)
 Looks like to do that, we'd need to override Hash#fetch, and maybe Hash#[]
 and stuff... complex, maybe beyond camping scope. Still, I really think
 for consistency file upload hashes in the @input should be ::H's. Maybe not
 put the functionality in ::H, maybe some processing specific to @input.
 Coming right down to it, I'm thinking about putting the functionality in the
 actual Hash class why don't we do that normally? does it cause problems
 with some libraries?
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Re: File uploads

2008-07-23 Thread zimbatm
This is curious... why would they change that behavior ?

2008/7/23 Magnus Holm [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Mash[] doesn't work exactly as wanted (if you give it symbols):

 Mash[:test = 1] #= Mash test=nil
 Mash[:test = 1, :cool = 2] #= Raises error

 So we have to alias self[] to self.new...

 On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 10:10 AM, zimbatm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Yum. Did you try just setting YourApp::H = Mash ? If it works like
 this out of the box
 then we can keep the simpler solution and provide a recipe to work with mash 
 ?

 2008/7/23 Magnus Holm [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 I'm playing with Mash (http://mash-hash.rubyforge.org/) which has some 
 really
 nifty stuff. Here's the branch: http://github.com/judofyr/camping/tree/mash.
 It requires 0.0.6 (which is only on GitHUb), but will work with 0.0.3
 if you drop
 the latest patch.

 I don't know if it's worth another dependency; maybe zimbatm's patch is
 better.

 On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:40 AM, Bluebie, Jenna
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 NoMethodError undefined method `tempfile' for #
 That sure is odd... I guess in Camping 2.0, uploads are not a Camping::H.
 Can we please change Camping::H to output ::H's instead of the original
 value when the original value is_a?(::H)
 That be good. Recursive yumminess. Doesn't solve hashes in arrays, but is
 nice for this and some other things like playing with JSON. :)
 Looks like to do that, we'd need to override Hash#fetch, and maybe Hash#[]
 and stuff... complex, maybe beyond camping scope. Still, I really think
 for consistency file upload hashes in the @input should be ::H's. Maybe not
 put the functionality in ::H, maybe some processing specific to @input.
 Coming right down to it, I'm thinking about putting the functionality in 
 the
 actual Hash class why don't we do that normally? does it cause problems
 with some libraries?
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