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Nice to have this! Now, I just have to start learning markup finally. :(

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Its really helpfull if team can integrate some markdown editor to textarea direcly in reply box :)

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Code blocks are pain the ass. Add [code][/code] as normal bbcode.

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RokSiEu said:

Code blocks are pain the ass. Add [code][/code] as normal bbcode.

You can also use three tildes "~~~" at the start and end of your code, instead of the code block method...

$foo = 'bar';
return View::make('foo')->with('foo', $foo);
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Greetings people:

Im trying to use Hash class to encrypt my passwords, but I get the error Bcrypt hashing not supported. I am aware Laravel needs: PHP >= 5.3.7 MCrypt PHP Extension My wamp server has PHP5.4.12 and I already check that Mcrypt was enable, according to phpinfo(), it is enable; I also edit the index.php and load the phpinfo() there to see if the php version that laravel was loading was the correct one. In cmd i run php --ini and it load a lower php version that i have but i dont know how to change that.

Any sugestion?, I run out of ideas D:

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@cemeai

Please start a new thread to request help, this topic is discussing the markup used by the forum.

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For code blocks, you can also just indent the code with one tab (and make sure there is an empty line before/after the code) Can you also disable embedding a gist? Large gists aren't really cool to embed.

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i have some problem to make routes in laravel, i have a package then i call from routes it is work fine but i want make it easy with automatic, so i put thi code

....Route::any('admin/(:any)/add/(:any?)', function($controller,$params=null) {
....  return Controller::call('admin.'.$controller.'@edit', (array) $params);
....});

i want call controller with namespace then i change that script with this

....Route::any('admin/(:any)/add/(:any?)', function($controller,$params=null) {
....  return Controller::call("Ardani\\Smsgateway\\Controllers\\[email protected]", (array) $params);
....});

but error NotFoundHttpException, what wrong my code? i sorry my english not good. thanks before

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@Ardani, please create your own topic.

Sometimes I'm having problems with enters not being picked up. Is this by design?

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Note that inline code elements can still be written like on github:

To output properly formatted JSON, use `Response::json($data)`.

It will look like this:

To output properly formatted JSON, use Response::json($data).

No special formatting has been added, though. I suggest implementing that.

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I just discovered that, if code doesn't get the desired syntax highlighting from the language detector, you can force it like this (similar to GitHub markdown):

~~~php
$html = '<img src="">';
~~~

As you see, the code above is not detected as PHP, as the markdown was intentionally put inside the code snippet. This instead is what happens when the markdown is parsed:

$html = '<img src="">';

I don't know but perhaps any Linguist language code could be used for language suggestion.

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I have the feeling some is not working correctly with escaping output, in the quote section. See http://laravel.io/forum/02-22-2014-twitter-bootstrap-311-not-d... It doesn't render the comments, probably because in the quote_body, the html is shown and not escaped..

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barryvdh said:

I have the feeling some is not working correctly with escaping output, in the quote section. See http://laravel.io/forum/02-22-2014-twitter-bootstrap-311-not-d... It doesn't render the comments, probably because in the quote_body, the html is shown and not escaped..

This has already been reported
http://laravel.io/forum/02-17-2014-thread-malformed-html

Also, take a look at this and have fun!
http://laravel.io/forum/02-17-2014-jquery-mobile-simple-form-r...

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Please check this for code and tables: http://laravel.io/bin/7l9B

I want to display 'Recent Comments' from comments table, including HotelName related to that Comments. which is working fine as my below query:

Comment::with('hotel')->where('active', '=', 1)->orderBy('created_at', 'DESC')->get();

Now i want to display TOTAL REVIEWS with each HotelName also, how can I do that?

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I have been trying to get this table sortable. Here are the two classes:

First the page that has the table.

@extends('layouts.master')

@section('title')
    
@stop

@section('styles')

@stop

@section('header')
<h1>Average Grades</h1>
@stop

@section('content')


<?php $user = Sentry::getUser();
//Finds the current user ^^^
//echo $user['email'];

?>
<p><font size ='5'>Average Grade per User</font></p>
<?php $users = User::all();
 $evalID = DB::table('evaluations')->lists('id', 'id');
//$grades1 = DB::table('students')->lists('grades1', 'id');

?>


<!-- Table starts here -->

<div class="table-responsive">
 <table id="AverageGrades" class="table table-bordered table-groups" >

<thead>
 <tr bgcolor="Black">

                   <td><font color="White">First Name</td></font>
                   <td><font color="White">Last Name</td></font>
                   <td><font color="White">Email</td></font>
                  
                   <td> <font color="White">Average Grade</td></font>
        
                     </td>


           
                       </tr>

                     
@foreach ($users as $user)



<?php
//Current solutuion to the questionaire.
//$temp = DB::table('answers')->join('users', 'answers.answered_about', '=', 'users.id')
  //  ->avg('ans1', 'ans2')->where('users.id','=',$user->id)->get();
//$price = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans1', 'ans2', 'ans3', 'ans4');


$a1 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans1');
$a2 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans2');
$a3 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans3');
$a4 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans4');
$a5 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans5');
$a6 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans6');
$a7 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans7');
$a8 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans8');
$a9 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans9');
$a10 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans10');
$avg = ($a1 + $a2 + $a3 + $a4 + $a5 + $a6 + $a7 + $a8 + $a9 + $a10)/10;   //Averages all a1-a10
?>
   

                     
                        <tbody>  
                         <tr bgcolor="#73000A">
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->first_name}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->last_name}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->email}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$avg}}</td>  
                        </tbody>
                        </tr>
@endforeach  


</table>


    
@stop

Second the page that has jquery


@extends('layouts.master')

@section('title')
    
@stop

@section('styles')

@stop

@section('header')
<h1>Average Grades</h1>
@stop

@section('content')


<?php $user = Sentry::getUser();
//Finds the current user ^^^
//echo $user['email'];

?>
<p><font size ='5'>Average Grade per User</font></p>
<?php $users = User::all();
 $evalID = DB::table('evaluations')->lists('id', 'id');
//$grades1 = DB::table('students')->lists('grades1', 'id');

?>


<!-- Table starts here -->

<div class="table-responsive">
 <table id="AverageGrades" class="table table-bordered table-groups" >

<thead>
 <tr bgcolor="Black">

                   <td><font color="White">First Name</td></font>
                   <td><font color="White">Last Name</td></font>
                   <td><font color="White">Email</td></font>
                  
                   <td> <font color="White">Average Grade</td></font>
        
                     </td>


           
                       </tr>
                       </thead>

                     
@foreach ($users as $user)



<?php
//Current solutuion to the questionaire.
//$temp = DB::table('answers')->join('users', 'answers.answered_about', '=', 'users.id')
  //  ->avg('ans1', 'ans2')->where('users.id','=',$user->id)->get();
//$price = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans1', 'ans2', 'ans3', 'ans4');


$a1 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans1');
$a2 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans2');
$a3 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans3');
$a4 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans4');
$a5 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans5');
$a6 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans6');
$a7 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans7');
$a8 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans8');
$a9 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans9');
$a10 = DB::table('answers')->where('answered_about', '=', $user->id)->avg('ans10');
$avg = ($a1 + $a2 + $a3 + $a4 + $a5 + $a6 + $a7 + $a8 + $a9 + $a10)/10;   //Averages all a1-a10
?>
   

                     
                        <tbody>  
                         <tr bgcolor="#73000A">
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->first_name}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->last_name}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$user->email}}</td>
                            <td><font color="White">{{$avg}}</td>  
                        </tbody>
                        </tr>
@endforeach  


</table>


    
@stop





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Whenever returning join with the same column name, the first instance is ignored.

Expected to return permissions.name and roles.name from below.

DB Structure: roles table id || name

permissions table id || name || display_name

Join Table: permissions_roles id || permission_id || role_id

Failing query

$item = DB::table('roles')->join('permissions_roles AS pr', 'pr.role_id', '=', 'roles.id')
->join('permissions AS p', 'pr.permission_id', '=', 'p.id')->select('roles.name', 'p.name')->get();

// unexpected result

array (size=62) 0 => object(stdClass)[397] public 'name' => string 'create_archive' (length=14) 1 => object(stdClass)[398] public 'name' => string 'edit_archive' (length=12)

//parallel query

$item = DB::table('roles')->join('permissions_roles AS pr', 'pr.role_id', '=', 'roles.id')
->join('permissions AS p', 'pr.permission_id', '=', 'p.id')->select('roles.name', 'p.display_name')->get();

//result as expected array (size=62) 0 => object(stdClass)[397] public 'name' => string 'admin' (length=5) public 'display_name' => string 'create archive' (length=14) 1 => object(stdClass)[398] public 'name' => string 'admin' (length=5) public 'display_name' => string 'edit archive' (length=12)

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/* DB Structure

Table: roles id || name

Table: permissions id || name || display_name

Join Table: permissions_roles id || permission_id || role_id

Failing query */

$item = DB::table('roles')->join('permissions_roles AS pr', 'pr.role_id', '=', 'roles.id') ->join('permissions AS p', 'pr.permission_id', '=', 'p.id')->select('roles.name', 'p.name')->get();

// unexpected result

array (size=62) 0 => object(stdClass)[397] public 'name' => string 'create_archive' (length=14) 1 => object(stdClass)[398] public 'name' => string 'edit_archive' (length=12)

//parallel query $item = DB::table('roles')->join('permissions_roles AS pr', 'pr.role_id', '=', 'roles.id') ->join('permissions AS p', 'pr.permission_id', '=', 'p.id')->select('roles.name', 'p.display_name')->get();

//result as expected array (size=62) 0 => object(stdClass)[397] public 'name' => string 'admin' (length=5) public 'display_name' => string 'create archive' (length=14) 1 => object(stdClass)[398] public 'name' => string 'admin' (length=5) public 'display_name' => string 'edit archive' (length=12)

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How do I correctly write this query using raw expression please.

DB::table('table')->where(DB::raw( 'DATEDIFF(CURRENT_DATE, DATE(subDate)) >= ' . $dDay ))->where(DB::raw( 'lastMsg < ' . $msgId ))->get();

It currently produces 'select * from subscriber where DATEDIFF(CURRENT_DATE, DATE(subDate)) >= 2 is null and lastMsg < 7 is null'

I don't expect is null attached and a little confused.

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Hello!

The model looks like this:

User->Value

Value->Category

Value->LocalValue

LocalValue->Value,Language

Question 1:

How to query LocalValues for a specific Language, and Values that belong to a certain category?

Question 2:

Where to place the method that returns the data in the model?

Or should this query go outside of the model?

Thanks!

Toby

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echo "Hello World!";
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</div>
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#Hello World

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$var = 1;
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rizqidjamaluddin said:

Note that inline code elements can still be written like on github:

To output properly formatted JSON, use `Response::json($data)`.

It will look like this:

To output properly formatted JSON, use Response::json($data).

No special formatting has been added, though. I suggest implementing that.>rizqidjamaluddin said:

Note that inline code elements can still be written like on github:

To output properly formatted JSON, use `Response::json($data)`.

It will look like this:

To output properly formatted JSON, use Response::json($data).

No special formatting has been added, though. I suggest implementing that.

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