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majorly glad all the core code doesn't go into my app, makes it a lot more cleaner.Appreciate it Hey Ryan, Thanks for another great episode, but i'm having a couple if issues with Authlogic and nifty-generators.i am trying to work with it but it seems that i have something wrong in configuring it to work with all requests. Missing these required gems: nifty-generators You're running: ruby 188.8.131.527 at /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/bin/ruby rubygems 1.3.4 at /Users/robert/.gem/ruby/1.8, /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8, /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8 Run `rake gems:install` to install the missing gems. I wonder how this should work: User as find needs an ID, at least I always get "Couldn't find User Session without an ID" if I try that.many thanks Hey everyone, I'm a complete beginner at ruby and rails and was wondering how you can access the username or email address of an existing user object without using the a form construction. User Session.first works though (returns nil in case no session was found) ?I don't really see the benefit of Authlogic over Restful_auth which isn't that intrusive. I like to test first and add functionality as I go, just ended up deleting and rewriting a lot of RA.This plugin helped me a lot past few weeks when I by chance stumbled upon it as well. Now if we could get a railscast that integrates authlogic with rails-authorization-plugin ( Savage/rails-authorization-plugin/tree/master)... My only question is does it offer the same level of security as RA, hashing strength etc?I never liked RA and dreaded having to unearth it for nearly every project. So those who wants an authorization system, would consider building it on top of Auth Helpers, so you will have to do it just once!For me, Authlogic brought back the joy in starting a new rails app. @jared, @andy: The :current is just a arbitrary symbol.
The only thing it was missing were some examples on the web to help ease the learning curve, especially for those who don't usually dive into the source. I would also suggest that you consider a screencast on Ben's very awesome searchlogic. Before I found it I used restfull_authentication (as probably almost everyone did).. As an extra bonus the coder Binary Logic seems superpicky about his code. It is important to draw the line there because there are *many* authorization techniques.Still it makes for a nice urls, since you can tell that you are editing the current user. Maybe by re-factoring much of the code to a gem/plugin? would be better if "username or password" is wrong is displayed.Something like this everywhere gets tedious and dirty: if admin? But this can be easily added and I think this was just a "to less time to secure all things"-thing for this small but good example of authlogic.Ryan, I cant even begin to tell how much your casts have improved my career. I have been having an issue with Auth Logic not destroying the session and sometimes logging in automatically on certain actions..After researching a little on the google groups, they talk about changing the session to the active record store instead of cookies as they talk about rails cookies not being a very good solution.
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i have gem in /usr/local/bin and everything else (rails, rake, etc) in /usr/bin any ideas?