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Remove invalid uses of [source, ...] in the guides.

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1 parent bc0bc83 commit 851a4dce1597a94975dcf42c4b53a4b548e44ebb @FooBarWidget FooBarWidget committed Nov 4, 2008
@@ -31,7 +31,6 @@ The `debug` helper will return a <pre>-tag that renders the object using the YAM
You'll see something like this:
-[source, yaml]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
--- !ruby/object:Post
attributes:
@@ -64,7 +63,6 @@ The `to_yaml` method converts the method to YAML format leaving it more readable
As a result of this, you will have something like this in your view:
-[source, yaml]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
--- !ruby/object:Post
attributes:
@@ -68,7 +68,6 @@ If you wanted to find clients with id 1 or 2, you call +Client.find([1,2])+ or +
SELECT * FROM +clients+ WHERE (+clients+.+id+ IN (1,2))
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-[source,txt]
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>> Client.find(1,2)
=> [#<Client id: 1, name: => "Ryan", locked: false, orders_count: 2,
@@ -81,7 +80,6 @@ Note that if you pass in a list of numbers that the result will be returned as a
If you wanted to find the first client you would simply type +Client.first+ and that would find the first client created in your clients table:
-[source,txt]
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>> Client.first
=> #<Client id: 1, name: => "Ryan", locked: false, orders_count: 2,
@@ -99,7 +97,6 @@ Indicating the query that Rails has performed on your database.
To find the last client you would simply type +Client.find(:last)+ and that would find the last client created in your clients table:
-[source,txt]
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>> Client.find(:last)
=> #<Client id: 2, name: => "Michael", locked: false, orders_count: 3,
@@ -113,7 +110,6 @@ SELECT * FROM clients ORDER BY clients.id DESC LIMIT 1
To find all the clients you would simply type +Client.all+ and that would find all the clients in your clients table:
-[source,txt]
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>> Client.all
=> [#<Client id: 1, name: => "Ryan", locked: false, orders_count: 2,
@@ -192,7 +188,6 @@ SELECT * FROM +users+ WHERE (created_at IN
This could possibly cause your database server to raise an unexpected error, for example MySQL will throw back this error:
-[source, txt]
-------------------------------------------------------
Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes: _query_
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@@ -89,7 +89,6 @@ Fixtures can also be described using the all-too-familiar comma-separated value
A CSV fixture looks like this:
-[source, log]
--------------------------------------------------------------
id, username, password, stretchable, comments
1, sclaus, ihatekids, false, I like to say ""Ho! Ho! Ho!""
@@ -184,7 +183,6 @@ In Rails, unit tests are what you write to test your models.
When you create a model using +script/generate+, among other things it creates a test stub in the +test/unit+ folder, as well as a fixture for the model:
-[source, log]
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$ script/generate model Post
...
@@ -266,7 +264,6 @@ This will run all the test methods from the test case.
You can also run a particular test method from the test case by using the +-n+ switch with the +test method name+.
-[source, log]
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$ ruby unit/post_test.rb -n test_truth
@@ -292,7 +289,6 @@ end
If you haven't added any data to the test fixture for posts, this test will fail. You can see this by running it:
-[source, log]
-------------------------------------------------------
$ ruby unit/post_test.rb
Loaded suite unit/post_test
@@ -322,7 +318,6 @@ end
Running this test shows the friendlier assertion message:
-[source, log]
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$ ruby unit/post_test.rb
Loaded suite unit/post_test
@@ -354,7 +349,6 @@ end
Now you can see even more output in the console from running the tests:
-[source, log]
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$ ruby unit/post_test.rb
Loaded suite unit/post_test
@@ -817,7 +811,6 @@ In this test, +@expected+ is an instance of +TMail::Mail+ that you can use in yo
Here's the content of the +invite+ fixture:
-[source, log]
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Hi friend@example.com,

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