#rubyonrails - Sun 20 May 2007 between 11:18 and 11:25

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mattukbecause its not a querystring url
Geffymap.connect '/property/search/*:lookup' then
solarsyeah but I don't think that your users search for type 4 min 10000 max fu
Geffymattuk: you want google indexing your search results or something?
solars: not sure whats happening with your pastie, whats the wirble gem supposed to do?
mattuksolar: they don't directly, they put it in the form, and the form results in that.
rikmattuk: TheNut?
mattukeh?
solarsGeffy, just a irb extension, for history etc, I'm trying edge right now, hope that helps
rikif you were someone i thought you were, that would have meant something to you. you're not, so don't worry :)
mattukah ok :p
solarsmattuk, yeah but that url won't help you in a google index
mattukGeffy: yes I want google indexing my search results, what does that :lookup thing do, or is that just a route key?
solarsyou could also take a look at to_param
have a look ..
Geffymattuk: the *:lookup takes everything else from the URL and dumps it into params[:lookup
]
mattuksolars: I was just trying to make something that didn't use querystrings, and was relatively short but structured
solarsGeffy, alright, updating rails helped, weird error...
mattukGeffy: thanks - that sounds like something I could do with
Geffysolars: very, not seen a .new complaining that id wasnt defined :S
solarsGeffy, yeah :)
mattuk, hm yeah but I don't really get the point why you want a seo friendly form submission heheeh
mattuksolars: its not so much for the users, but then anywhere throughout the site I can easily link to search results pages, with seo friendly urls that are consistent with the search form urls
concept10any decent content managers come out in the last 6 months or is mephisto the best choice?
solarsah, so you want it for caching I guess
mattuksolars: good idea :p
solarsheh
you could use fragment caching too
such urls are quite a mess because you have to parse them
mattukhttp://www.kyero.com/browse/pgn1ppp20prv3slt0srt4
theres an example of another similar site doing it
crich1999RoR rules :)
anathematicwhat's it called when you have a controller inside a controller?
mattukI thought it worked quite well for them
Geffyanathematic: you thinking namespaces?
like Admin::ChickenController?
anathematicGeffy: no i don't think that's it
umm
actually yes i think so

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