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A Rails plugin that adds the ability to automatically stamp each record with the currently logged in user.
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= UserStamp Rails plugin that makes stamping records with a user when they are created and updated dirt simple. It assumes that your controller has a current_user method. It also assumes that any record being stamped has two attributes--creator_id and updater_id. You can override both of these assumptions easily. == Setup 1. script/plugin install git://github.com/jnunemaker/user_stamp.git 2. Add user_stamp to application.rb, like the following: class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base user_stamp Post, Asset, Job end == Defaults UserStamp.creator_attribute = :creator_id UserStamp.updater_attribute = :updater_id UserStamp.current_user_method = :current_user If your user stamped columns and current_user method are different, just create an initializer such as config/initializers/user_stamp.rb and copy and paste the defaults above, changing them to fit your app. == Problems? Use the issue tracker on Github. == Docs http://rdoc.info/projects/jnunemaker/user_stamp Copyright (c) 2008 [John Nunemaker], released under the MIT license