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sixty4bit / skuify_shopify.rb
Last active Aug 18, 2017
Assign SKUs to Shopify Products
View skuify_shopify.rb
require 'shopify_api'
API_KEY = 'enteryourkeyhere'
PASSWORD = 'enteryourpasswordhere'
SHOP_NAME = 'yourshopname'
shop_url = "https://#{API_KEY}:#{PASSWORD}@#{SHOP_NAME}" = shop_url
i = 11211316 # start with ab1234
product_count = ShopifyAPI::Product.count
View ruby_threads_forks.rb
batches = do |batch|
batches <<
cpu_available.times do do
while(ids = batches.pop)
pid = Process.fork do
Sunspot.index! Order.includes(:product).find(ids)
View ruby_fork.rb
cpu_available = 5
Order.includes(:products).find_in_batches do |batch|
batch.in_groups(cpu_available, false) do |group|
Process.fork do
Sunspot.index! group
sixty4bit / SexyOrObscure.rb
Created Nov 2, 2014
Active Record with state.
View SexyOrObscure.rb
{ active: 'activate!', inactive: 'deactivate!', blocked: 'block!', suggested: 'suggest!' }.each do |state_name, trigger_name|
define_singleton_method(state_name) { where(state: state_name.to_s) }
define_method(trigger_name.to_sym) { update_attribute(state: state_name.to_s) }

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View twitter_search_example.rb
@stream = do |config|
config.consumer_key = ENV['TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY']
config.consumer_secret = ENV['TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET']
config.access_token = ENV['TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN']
config.access_token_secret = ENV['TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET']
keywords = ['sochi', 'olympics']
@stream.filter(:track => keywords.join(",")) do |object|
if object.is_a?(Twitter::Tweet)
puts "#{} #{object.user.screen_name} - #{object.text}"
sixty4bit / oracle_1000_ids_test.rb
Created Nov 10, 2011
Oracle can't handle more than 1000 values in an IN clause
View oracle_1000_ids_test.rb
require 'rubygems'
gem 'activerecord', '3.0.4'
gem 'activerecord-oracle_enhanced-adapter', '1.4.0'
require 'active_record'
ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection( :adapter => 'oracle_enhanced', :database => 'orcl',
:username => 'hr', :password => 'hr')
ActiveRecord::Base.connection.instance_eval do
drop_table :jobs rescue nil
sixty4bit / gist:867598
Created Mar 12, 2011
Iterative Improvement
View gist:867598
// Make all lines comments first
BufferedReader inputFile = new BufferedReader(new FileReader("input.txt"));
String line = null;
System.out.println("comment found: " + line);
// Now find email addresses
BufferedReader inputFile = new BufferedReader(new FileReader("input.txt"));
String line = null;
View gist:418570
class Object
# call send on nested objects.
# example: nested_send(blog_post, '') #=> 'Bob'
# returns nil if any call returns nil
def nested_send(method_name)
val = self
method_names = method_name.split('.')
method_names.each do |m|
return nil unless val
View commify-ruby.rb
class Numeric
# Usage: 1234.commify # => '1,234'
def commify
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