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Episode #377

June 11th, 2013

RubyGems paranoia, unexpected chained scopes in Rails 4, Rubberband flamethrowers, Stripe with Rails, and efficient Git pairing.

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Git Pairing

Recently, we discovered a gem called Git Pairing. We pair a lot, and usually we have to choose whose GitHub account to commit from, or commit from the pairing station account. This gem is great because it allows you to set up multiple commit authors in your local git config so that you can share code authorship. It also allows you to toggle back to single­author mode and defaults to the system owner if no users are specified in the commit. Basically it’s awesome, and you should use it.

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