Fix for Issue 24, polymorphic association #26

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elmatou commented Mar 15, 2011

Hi Winton,
here is a fix for the polymorphic association issue.
The point is to check the kind of association (polymorphic and dependent) before calling ReflexionAssociation#klass

ActsAsArchive#acts_as_archive should check if belongs_to association …
…is polymorphic before trying to access parent class.

+ 2 typo "class << self" need spaces (for highlighting mostly)

Nothus commented on 18b7f65 Jun 15, 2011

Also switching "!ActsAsArchive.find(association.klass).empty?" and "association.options[:dependent]" makes it faster when caching classes are turned off (like in development).

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elmatou commented Jun 15, 2011

The only problem is the repo owner doesn't maintain anymore this gem.

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winton commented Jan 10, 2012

@elmatou Do you have any interest in taking over ownership of ActsAsArchive?

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elmatou commented Jan 12, 2012

Hi @winton,
I'm not sure to be the best to maintain ActsAsArchive as it relies on others of your gems, and as I'm less on github than before.
But I would be glad to fix the little issues we found in the library.

I suggest, you keep the ownership, and add me as a maintener on github and rubygems, and I will push important fixes.

If you are not comfortable with this solution, maybe can you just accept a Pull Request for the two main issues (polymorphic + loading) and then release a new and last version of your gem.

See you

Would it perhaps be a good idea to put a big bold note in the readme that it is unmaintained?

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winton commented Jan 7, 2013

Added @elmatou to collaborators and added a note about the project not being maintained.

Thanks winton. I'll see if the client that is using it is willing to be the official maintainer or not.

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