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001 >> posts = Post.find(:all) do updated_on > 1.year.ago paginate :page => 4, :per_page => 10 end => [...] 005 >> posts.total_results => 46 006 >> posts.pages.current => 4 007 >> posts.pages.current_range => 31..40 008 >> posts.pages.next => 5 009 >> posts.pages.previous => 3
paginate squirrel method takes a hash with
:page (1-indexed) and
:per_page (which default to 1 and 20, respectively). When you use it, your
results array is automatically extended with a helpful
pages method that gives
you all you need to know to paginate your views. It also puts a
method on there, so you know how big the whole search is.
And before you ask, yes, I know some of you asked for this to work with
paginating_find, and it does. But we found that
paginating_find was conflicting
with other plugins, leading to some really weird errors. Plus, it’d always been
my intention to add pagination (among other things) anyway.
Please Note: The repo has changed. It’s now on github.