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00:21 <GitHub62> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans pushed 1 new commit to 06master: 02https://git.io/vyPVU
00:21 <GitHub62> 13sequel/06master 14ee83441 15Jeremy Evans: Add Model.dataset_module_class accessor, allowing plugins to support custom behavior in dataset_module blocks...
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05:04 <GitHub126> [13sequel] 15nobu commented on issue #1322: You don't have to know the thrown value at all.... 02https://git.io/vyP5d
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14:47 <GitHub112> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1322: @nobu That would break many applications that use Sequel. Sequel expects that the transaction will be committed if using return or throw. For example:... 02https://git.io/vyX9K
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19:07 <AYGHOR> EHLO
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19:54 <GitHub2> [13sequel] 15jnardone opened issue #1323: Should Dataset#to_hash implicitly (and recursively) call JSON(B)Hash#to_hash? 02https://git.io/vy1XU
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20:11 <GitHub91> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans commented on issue #1323: I'm not sure exactly what you are referring to here, and your question indicates confusion about how Sequel works. Datasets represent queries, or collections of rows if want to consider the results. If you have a dataset that returns a single row and want a hash, you would generally call `Dataset#first` on it. `Dataset#to_hash` is used for an entirely different purpose, it transforms the entire da
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20:11 <GitHub1> [13sequel] 15jeremyevans closed issue #1323: Should Dataset#to_hash implicitly (and recursively) call JSON(B)Hash#to_hash? 02https://git.io/vy1XU
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20:40 <GitHub41> [13sequel] 15jnardone commented on issue #1323: Sorry, I was referring to the row after Dataset.first, but otherwise correct. You answered my question re: deep JSON(B)Hashes, thanks. 02https://git.io/vy1Qw
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22:58 <AYGHOR> jeremyevans :
22:58 <AYGHOR> asd
22:58 <AYGHOR> https://sequel.jeremyevans.net/rdoc/classes/Sequel/Dataset.html
22:58 <AYGHOR> it says connection is not secure
22:58 <AYGHOR> SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN
22:58 <AYGHOR> is it just me getting this?
22:59 <AYGHOR> https://sequel.jeremyevans.net/ too
22:59 <AYGHOR> jeremyevans
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23:11 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: Really worried about somebody MITMing the connection and giving you bad documentation?
23:12 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: In any case, I don't think https is supported in the Heroku app. My guess is it is giving you a certificate for a heroku domain and not a jeremyevans.net one
23:13 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: Out of my control, I'm afraid
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23:36 <AYGHOR> =OP
23:39 <AYGHOR> someone could be modifying teh docs as i read and making me ANGRY AND CONFUSED AND WANTING TO KILL MYSELF AAAA
23:39 <AYGHOR> life threatening
23:39 <AYGHOR> btw
23:39 <AYGHOR> google gave me this url
23:40 <AYGHOR> thought you would want to know
23:42 <AYGHOR> heroku is givin free SSL now
23:42 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: Actually, I forgot, this isn't Heroku's issue, it's GitHub's. Anyway, not sure why Google is providing a link that doesn't work, I don't think the Sequel documentation uses https://sequel.jeremyevans.net anywhere
23:43 <AYGHOR> i heard that google was enforcing https
23:44 <AYGHOR> perhaps they checked that there was a certificate for teh domain and substituted in their database?
23:44 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: I believe Chrome now warns if you have a password field on a page that doesn't use https
23:44 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: not sure they are doing anything further than that
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23:45 <AYGHOR> https://webdesignledger.com/google-http-websites-unsafe/
23:46 <AYGHOR> something liek this
23:46 <AYGHOR> its kinda old
23:46 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: Hasn't happened yet, at least
23:47 <AYGHOR> i couldnt get https on google search anymoar
23:47 <AYGHOR> wtf were did i get that url
23:47 <AYGHOR> i certainly didnt type https myself
23:48 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: if I search for "sequel dataset", I get an https://sequel.jeremyevans.net link as the first link
23:50 <AYGHOR> i just searched for sequel dataset and got http link
23:50 <AYGHOR> wat is hapenin
23:50 <AYGHOR> its a mitm attack
23:50 <AYGHOR> you shouldve set teh certificate
23:50 <AYGHOR> i told u
23:50 <jeremyevans> AYGHOR: :)