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Edit Post #283813 Initial revision 12 months ago
Answer A: How to fetch single column for children?
If I understand you correctly, you want to get the `lasteditedat` column for every child post, i.e. a list of last edit dates? For this you should use ```ruby post.children.map(&:lasteditedat) ``` which is a shorthand for ```ruby post.children.map { |c| c.lasteditedat } ``` which i...
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12 months ago
Comment Post #280535 Yup that is right, @Yaskur. The link does in fact provide something even better: a setup script doing this automatically for you. Just run /admin/setup on the site to seed the tags and set the tag sets.
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #280562 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Answer A: May I contribute to moving the text in the code to config/locales?
Sure. Why not? I don't think we are currently actively working on moving the text to the config files, but it can't harm, can it? Also, feel free to share your translation if you want.
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #280457 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Answer A: How does help get propagated, both seeds and updates? (What do doc maintainers need to know?)
I can only really answer the first part of the question -- how help topics get initially: From a software development position, it doesn't really matter what happens to the articles in the docs repo. What matters for deployment is having the help articles added to the seeds. To do so, you need ...
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over 1 year ago
Comment Post #280452 If you use rvm/rbenv as suggested in this guide, those should take care of the Ruby version automatically.
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over 1 year ago
Comment Post #280452 @manassehkatz Ruby is just extremely awfully slow on Windows. If you run it in a VM on Windows with a Linux or Mac OS, that should probably work fine (as it does in WSL).
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #280452 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Answer A: How to set up a new (development) instance of Codidact/QPixel
Before you can get started, you need to check, whether you have all the prerequisites. QPixel is built with Ruby on Rails, therefore you'll need: a Linux or Mac computer (Windows WSL is also okay, but slower; running Ruby on Windows is ultra-slow) Ruby installed (we recommend RVM or rbenv) ...
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #280451 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Question How to set up a new (development) instance of Codidact/QPixel
The QPixel repository on GitHub contains the source code for the Codidact software. How can I set up a new development instance of it, so that I can work on it on my local machine?
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over 1 year ago
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Edit Post #280447 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Question Welcome to Codidact Collab!
Welcome to Codidact Collab! This is a special community outside the general Codidact network. Unlike the other topical communities, this one is for questions about the Codidact engine (QPixel) itself. So, if you have any questions regarding (for example, but not limited to) ... setting up ...
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over 1 year ago