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What happened to Builder::XmlMarkup in Rails 3?


What happened to Builder::XmlMarkup in Rails 3?

By : marco
Date : January 10 2021, 01:47 PM
this one helps. I'm struggling with the atom_feed method in a RoR 3 project. The method complains about an
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Getting "Template is missing" when using XmlMarkup builder in Rails

Getting "Template is missing" when using XmlMarkup builder in Rails


By : kpurcell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue You are trying to render your xml without having a view file. To make it work, you would have to render your xml 'inline'. From the docs:
code :
render :inline => "xml.p {'Horrid coding practice!'}", :type => :builder
def xmlOut
  @update = Update.find(params[:id])

  respond_with(@update) do |format|
    format.xml  { render :xml => @update }
  end
end
Why does Ruby Builder::XmlMarkup add inspect tag to xml?

Why does Ruby Builder::XmlMarkup add inspect tag to xml?


By : Leon Janzen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Builder implements a version of method_missing that adds tags given by the name of the method call.
Assuming you are playing in irb (or rails' console), irb's default behaviour when you evaluate an expression (such as Builder::XmlMarkup.new) is to call inspect on it, in order to generate a string to show to you. In the case of builder, inspect isn't the usual ruby inspect method - it falls through to method_missing and adds the tag.
code :
xml = Builder::XmlMarkup.new; false
xml = Builder::XmlMarkup.new; false
def xml.inspect; target!; end
How to escape ' : ' using Ruby Gem Builder::XmlMarkup

How to escape ' : ' using Ruby Gem Builder::XmlMarkup


By : namith1
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out According to its documentation, it looks like Builder::XmlMarkup allows you to define tags with unusual symbols using the #tag! method, which takes the tag name as a first argument.
Please see if this works: b.tag!("ns1:amount", "#{column[2]}").
code :
b.ns1(:amount, "#{column[2]}")
# or without parens:
b.ns1 :amount, "#{column[2]}"
XML testing in Rails - Fixed attributes order in Builder::XmlMarkup in ruby -

XML testing in Rails - Fixed attributes order in Builder::XmlMarkup in ruby -


By : Holmes19
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The order of attributes in an element is unpredictable according to the XML Recommendation. So if you have a test which expects attributes to be in a particular order, that test is incorrect.
Is Rails 3.1 Edge breaking XmlMarkup::Builder?

Is Rails 3.1 Edge breaking XmlMarkup::Builder?


By : superuserninja
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Rails 3.1.0.rc1 broke for me with this bug too, but only when using Ruby 1.8.7 - turns out it's a problem with .instruct!
As a temporary solution you could monkeypatch xchar.rb with the following (as suggested by the author of this post http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/pkg-ruby-extras-maintainers/2010-June/005411.html):
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