Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
A simple plugin that allows a user to mark anything as 'read.' Common usage would include forum posts, news items, etc.
Ruby
branch: master

Cannot create Reading instance in read_by!

- ActiveRecord association wreak havoc with restful_authentication due to somre weird reloading of user.rb.
- Changed to user to user.id to avoid dealing with association.
latest commit 37cd25589f
@rayvinly rayvinly authored
Failed to load latest commit information.
generators/acts_as_readable_migration Adding acts_as_readable plugin.
lib Cannot create Reading instance in read_by!
README
init.rb re-opening User class with class_eval instead of defining new one, as…

README

ActsAsReadable
==============

ActsAsReadable allows you to create a generic relationship of items which can
be marked as 'read' by users. This is useful for forums or any other kind of
situation where you might need to know whether or not a user has seen a particular
model.

Installation
============

To install the plugin just install from the SVN:

script/plugin install http://svn.intridea.com/svn/public/acts_as_readable

You will need the readings table to use this plugin. A generator has been included,
simply type

script/generate acts_as_readable_migration

to get the standard migration created for you.

Example
=======

class Post < ActiveRecord::Base
  acts_as_readable
end

bob = User.find_by_name("bob")

bob.readings                      # => []

Post.find_unread_by(bob)          # => [<Post 1>,<Post 2>,<Post 3>...]
Post.find_read_by(bob)            # => []

Post.find(1).read_by?(bob)        # => false
Post.find(1).read_by!(bob)        # => <Reading 1>
Post.find(1).read_by?(bob)        # => true
Post.find(1).users_who_read       # => [<User bob>]

Post.find_unread_by(bob)          # => [<Post 2>,<Post 3>...]
Post.find_read_by(bob)            # => [<Post 1>]

bob.readings                      # => [<Reading 1>]

Copyright (c) 2008 Michael Bleigh and Intridea, Inc. released under the MIT license
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.