|_thom_||though actually that probably wouldn't help come to think of it, since it configures as a proxy|
and even if you set it as a systemwide proxy... buh
what about zonealarm?
lonny, yes you
|lonny||_thom_: Used to be free; not anymore.|
|_thom_||that's lame. :||
|lonny||_thom_: zonealarm that is.|
_thom_: I could get a trial version, but I don't want it putting its hooks into my system if I am just going to have to take it back out again.
|_thom_||well, that's supposedly what add/remove programs is for, and at least it's a known quantity.|
depends on how badly you want to be rid of the other thing. ;)
|RubyPanther||maybe some SNMP implementation|
|_thom_||you've also tried AdAware and Spybot Search & Destroy I take it?|
and Bazooka and etc etc
|lonny||_thom_: Add/Remove relies on programs to be friendly, and many aren't. Further, it is specifically designed to let programs put copy protection info into the system and leave it there.|
|_thom_||Hell, what isn't these days (was re: CDs from Sony)|
|lonny||I have both Spybot & Ad-Aware. Just about to run them.|
|_thom_||Since this is a RoR channel, is it acceptable to make a Mac plug here? ;p|
|lonny||_thom_: Yeah, I thought about rootkit too. I can check that but it is a PITA.|
_thom_: Why not? So many others have. And Linux, too.
_thom_: I am NOT a Windows nut, but for work purposes I have to use Windows at present.
|_thom_||anyway, so now I can either get ONE object back exactly the way I want it, or ALL of my objects back but with the XML formatted in a way that won't work.|
|action||_thom_ needs to figure out how the heck the built-in to_xml method is functioning differently than this one|
|_thom_||needs to figure out how the heck the built-in to_xml method is functioning differently than this one|
|dabaR||my method, call it 'redirect', is given a params hash. How do I use this hash with the redirect_to method?|
|lonny||Oh hell... looks like ZoneAlarm is still free... I must have been looking at the Pro version or something.|
|_thom_||well there ya go|
many companies deliberately make it hard for you to get the 'free' version because they want money. ;)
|lonny||_thom_: to_xml is fairly primitive; it does not support a lot of valid XML structures.|
|_thom_||lonny, but the weird thing is, when I define my own, it breaks the nested / recursion|
if I comment it out, that part works.
|sixty4bit||wait... how does the scope field mess with position field?|
|Nathan1_||Or, when I move an item from one place to another - and say it was the first item in the list. Then the second item in the list doesn't get bumped to position 1.|
|sixty4bit||how are you moving them?|
|Nathan1_||I'm using update_attributes.|
|Nathan1_||I don't think I'm explaining very well.|
|sixty4bit||you shouldn't update the scope/position with update_attributes... you should use the helper methods that acts_as_list provides|
|Nathan1_||I've got it's scope set to category_id, however within my application the category_id can change.|
|sixty4bit||you need to set your scope to something that doesn't change then|