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This plugin when used in conjunction with the paperclip file attachment plugin allows you to attach more than one file to the model. This fork acts acts_as_list to the attaching model.
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PaperclipPolymorph

This plugin allows users of the Paperclip plugin to easily share attached files between multiple models. Essentially, polymorphic paperclip transparently saves the attached files into a separate asset’s table and associates the the model to the asset through a polymorphic_attachings_ table.

This fork treats the attaching as a list. It also assumes your project has the acts_as_list plugin installed.

The Paperclip Plugin must also be installed for PolyMorphicPaperclip to work. Get paperclip here: http://thoughtbot.com/projects/paperclip

Example

class PhotoEssay < ActiveRecord::Base
  acts_as_polymorphic_paperclip
end

You can also add a counter_cache to your model if you wish.


class Essay < ActiveRecord::Base
acts_as_polymorphic_paperclip :counter_cache => true
end

essay.assets.attach(asset)
essay.assets.asset.detach -or- @essay.assets.detach(asset)

Helper methods

There is one helper method so far used to determine if the asset can be displayed in a browser


@essay.assets.first.browser_safe? # => returns true or false

Copyright © 2008 PolymorphicPaperclip Mark Daggett, released under the MIT license

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