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ajax image upload #1903

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ugisozols commented Aug 27, 2012

Originally - #1739


ugisozols commented Aug 27, 2012

This probably needs to be squashed?


parndt commented Aug 27, 2012


This pull request fails (merged 77d5016 into 3223ad9).


parndt commented Aug 27, 2012

@ugisozols looks like there's a failing spec ;-)

This pull request passes (merged 40b68ae into 3223ad9).


parndt commented on 40b68ae Aug 27, 2012


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@parndt parndt merged commit 8fbf97c into master Aug 27, 2012

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ugisozols commented Aug 29, 2012

I did a poor job while reviewing #1739. It adds several things which make some code useless:

  • every image is sent in a separate post (instead of pushing an array of images) to create action so there's no need to check for array stuff
  • validations are happening on the client side so the validation code in model isn't used anymore (valid? checks in controller are redundant too)

Don't get me wrong @jipiboily - I really like the feature but I'm thinking about reverting this and doing it differently.


jipiboily commented Aug 29, 2012

No problem @ugisozols. This was an extension at first and implemented it almost as is instead of doing it from scratch, which might be a better idea.

I have minimal experience with Refinery (only one small project, well, project was large, but Refinery's use was tiny) and thought that changing as little as possible would be best to make sure I wouldn't break a non-JS fallback somewhere.

Feel free to make it better! :)

ugisozols added a commit that referenced this pull request Sep 5, 2012

Revert "Merge pull request #1903 from resolve/imajax"
This reverts commit 8fbf97c, reversing
changes made to 3223ad9.

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