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Add slice! method to ActiveModel::Errors #34489

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@6temes 6temes commented Nov 20, 2018

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ActiveModel::Errors implements several methods from Hash but not all of them.

The method slice! is provided to Hash via ActiveSuport and it could be really convenient to have it as well in ActiveModel::Errors for situations when the developer needs to delete several errors from a model.

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activemodel/lib/active_model/errors.rb Outdated
# person.errors.slice!(:age, :gender) # => { :age=>["cannot be nil"], :gender=>["cannot be nil"]}
# person.errors.keys(:name, :age) # => [:name]
def slice!(*keys)
keys.inject({}) do |acc, key|

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The messages and details are both hashes. I think it makes more sense for us to just use slice! on those like we do with merge!, right?

activemodel/test/cases/errors_test.rb Outdated
person.errors.add(:gender, "cannot be nil")
person.errors.add(:city, "cannot be nil")

removed_errors = person.errors.slice!(:age, :gender)

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We need a test with string keys, since all other methods support both strings and symbols.

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Sure!

Should I mix strings and symbols in this test or is it better to create another test just for that?

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You can mix them if you want.

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Oh, I understand! This method should allow strings or symbols to be passed indifferently. I have a failing test now.

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This looks good. Can you add a CHANGELOG entry and also squash all commits in one?

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@6temes 6temes commented Nov 21, 2018

Done!

Tests are passing now.

@rafaelfranca rafaelfranca merged commit 3269506 into rails:master Nov 21, 2018
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@rafaelfranca rafaelfranca commented Nov 21, 2018

Thank you so much! Nice work

@6temes 6temes deleted the 6temes:add_slice_method_to_errors branch Nov 21, 2018
suketa added a commit to suketa/rails_sandbox that referenced this pull request Aug 3, 2019
Add slice! method to ActiveModel::Errors
rails/rails#34489
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