Added sortable for has_many #881

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michaek commented Dec 23, 2011

See: gregbell#880

This includes the commit from gregbell#877 because the test here depends on the unit test setup for the has_many method.

This can still use some front-end treatment, as it's pretty much an invisible feature at the moment.

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Related #1512

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jpmckinney commented Aug 23, 2012

Related #1512

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coodix commented Dec 9, 2012

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Please rebase these changes on master:

# Expectations: "upstream" is gregbell's GitHub repo and "origin" is your fork

# Rebase your fork's master branch with the latest upstream changes
git checkout master
git pull --rebase upstream master
git push origin master

# Rebase your feature branch with the latest upstream changes
git checkout your_feature_branch
git pull --rebase upstream master
git push origin your_feature_branch # note that you may need to use -f
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seanlinsley commented Mar 24, 2013

Please rebase these changes on master:

# Expectations: "upstream" is gregbell's GitHub repo and "origin" is your fork

# Rebase your fork's master branch with the latest upstream changes
git checkout master
git pull --rebase upstream master
git push origin master

# Rebase your feature branch with the latest upstream changes
git checkout your_feature_branch
git pull --rebase upstream master
git push origin your_feature_branch # note that you may need to use -f
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Replaced by #2117

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seanlinsley commented Apr 17, 2013

Replaced by #2117

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