#11 new
Maxim Kulkin

full_messages format customization

Reported by Maxim Kulkin | March 15th, 2009 @ 04:55 PM

Rails allows customizing error messages for particular attribute of particular model, but #full_messages return error strings in form "{{human_attribute_name}} {{message}}".

It would be nice to allow customizing full_message the same way as error messages are customized: instead of @@@ruby full_messages << attr_name + ' ' + message

have something like this:
defaults = @base.class.self_and_descendents_from_active_record.collect do |klass| 
defaults << "full_error_message"

options = {
  :attribute => attr_name,
  :message => message,
  :default => defaults,
  :scope => [:activerecord, :errors]
full_message << I18n.t(:full_error_message, options)

This will allow customizing full error message like this: @@@yaml en: :activerecord

  :full_error_message: Field "{{attribute}}" {{message}}

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ActiveRecord is an insanely easy to use database framework written in objective-c It's obviously "inspired" by (copying) the infamous ActiveRecord that comes with Rails(http://rubyonrails.org) But it tries to be more versatile when it comes to working with multiple connections.

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