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  1. Feb 2023
    1. Note though, that this only works when you're already using git for your dependency

      I was trying to figure out why it wasn't working for me. This was probably the reason.

      So if you just have gem 'rack', it just silently has no effect.

      It seems like it should just work either way. Or at least give a warning/error if you try to use this config and it's not going to use that config!

  2. Jan 2022
    1. I just didn't realize the harbor needed to be in the capital as well since it says that it creates a city connection with the capital, and doesn't mention that your capital needs one too. I just figured I could get away without one
    1. I still cannot get over the fact that this is not mentioned in the documentation. I do not want to sound negative or unappreciative towards the work that went into this tool (because it has many awesome parts and awesome people working on it and contributing to it), but I do feel kind of let down that "basic" internal mechanics are not explained at all. You either have to find them out yourself or hope some other programmers did and wrote an article about it.
  3. Jun 2021
    1. In your pull request, could you please add the index_errors option to the documentation of the has_many association, and may be refer to it in the accepts_nested_attributes_for method? The option is nowhere documented accept for the Rails 5.0 update readme.
    2. index_errors: true

      index_errors: true

    1. I told my parents not to get close to the school. A lot of students had to walk home far distances, scared of their parents going for them because they stayed out there for a while and they were stopping cars coming out of the school. They stopped the teachers, they stopped everybody just because of the color of their skin. You got stopped and you got asked for papers or ID, even though a lot of us knew it was illegal for them to stay outside of a school and ask for papers.
    2. The fear. The constant fear, that actually came true [Chuckles], of your family members being deported or coming home from school because since I was underage, I kind of knew that I was safe from that because they weren't going to raid schools, like middle schools and stuff like that. But it was a constant fear of coming home and being told that, I don't know, your dad's not coming back or your mom's not coming back. And it did happen like that. Unfortunately, my father was working and he was raided. So he got taken away and then when I came back home one day from school, my mom told me. It was really hard.
  4. Apr 2021
  5. Mar 2021