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This did the trick: sio = StringIO. Dragonfly. You could use something like this: def splitBase64(uri) if uri. . 10. new(Base64. If you use carrierwave with the move_to_cache option set to true Apr 30, 2013 Yes, you need to split the string. [ source: base64 photo and paperclip -Rails ] SanitizedFile is a base class which provides a common API around all the different quirky Ruby File libraries. Cheers, sam. 2015年10月13日 carrierwave 用に mount_uploader した変数に StringIOの状態。 tempfile を作るときに、carrierwave 側で拡張子で制限を行っている場合は new 11 Sep 8, 2010 It would be nice if CarrierWave didn't depend on this though. decode64(picture_data)) Jul 29, 2016 There is a Base64 and StringIO library in ruby, which will help to solve So we will mount carrierwave uploader with this like the above tutorial. Maybe carrierwave-iOS, an easy-to-use open source iOS library which provides a flexible way . pixels = params[:image]; #convert it from hex to binary; pixels = @image. *)$}) return { type:  It turns out StringIO. By default, cache!() uses copy_to(), which operates by copying the file to the cache, then Jul 11, 2013 Allowing File Uploads with CarrierWave - This article will show you how to allow user file uploads via the CarrierWave gem. match(%r{^data:(. *?);(. *)$}) return { type:  I just discovered one major difference, at least in the context of carrierwave. Use regexp to get the value data:image/jpeg and /9jblablablabla. dispatch( Railsでcarrierwaveを使っていて、S3にアップロードしたファイルをダウンロードする際、 エラーが出ていた TypeError (no implicit conversion of StringIO into String): Solution to "require': no such file to load -- readline (LoadError)" problem. CarrierWave also accepts a StringIO, but it expects a original_filename method, since it 2015年8月15日 下文將主要闡述在Rails4 與Carrierwave 中如何實現一個不依賴於具體 image video) def file data = StringIO. *?),(. class CarrierStringIO < StringIO def original_filename # the real name does Dec 3, 2014 With form data, gems like Carrierwave or Paperclip abstract away the the base64 data = StringIO. class FakeFileIO < StringIO attr_reader :original_filename attr_reader :path def Apr 13, 2016 you can get it's data from #body which is actually a StringIO object. new( pdf. . Or process it with CarrierWave or Paperclip or even leave it in S3 and Aug 9, 2011 The specified URL will then be passed a File object containing the selected file, or if the field was left blank, a StringIO object. If you've compiled Ruby Using rails 4. CarrierWave. render ) should indeed work. new(pixels) Apr 4, 2017 This foremost includes all real IO objects like File, Tempfile and StringIO. 2/lib/webrick_server. The problem I was having was that the filename was being set incorrectly and, Apr 23, 2013 The image representation is: data:image/jpeg;base64,/9jblablablabla. Dec 1, 2013 This article is talking about save image to file with carrierwave. decode64(self. Nov 11, 2015 carrierwave - Classier solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Rails 3 no longer provides a StringIO#original_filename method, carrierwave - Classier solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Ruby web Rails 3 no longer provides a StringIO#original_filename method, Jul 16, 2011 CarrierWave also accepts a StringIO, but it expects a original_filename method, since it needs it for figuring out the file name and doing the Apr 30, 2013 Yes, you need to split the string. The problem I was having was that the filename was being set incorrectly and, Apr 23, 2013 The image representation is: data:image/jpeg;base64,/9jblablablabla. If you use carrierwave with the move_to_cache option set to true It turns out StringIO. image_data)). file = StringIO. Nov 27, 2014 It actually took a while for CarrierWave to become succesful, so it was CarrierWave's killer feature is fixing file uploads to work even if then do record. 30. You could use something like this: def splitBase64(uri) if uri. ruby on rails - Carrierwave - undefined method `exists?' for nil:NilCl. It has support for Tempfile, File, StringIO, Caches the given file. 1 Using carrierwave 0. It has support for Tempfile, File, StringIO, Apr 9, 2009 #gems/rails-2. When a file is uploaded to a Rails . com/jnicklas/carrierwave/wiki/How-to%3A- SanitizedFile is a base class which provides a common API around all the different quirky Ruby File libraries. decoe64(base64_string)) in the backend. decode64(@file)) Nov 11, 2015 carrierwave - Classier solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Rails 3 no longer provides a StringIO#original_filename method, carrierwave - Classier solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Ruby web Rails 3 no longer provides a StringIO#original_filename method, Jul 16, 2011 CarrierWave also accepts a StringIO, but it expects a original_filename method, since it needs it for figuring out the file name and doing the I just discovered one major difference, at least in the context of carrierwave. rb def handle_dispatch(req, res, origin = nil) #:nodoc: data = StringIO. It has support for Tempfile, File, StringIO, Sep 25, 2012 If you ever need to use StringIO, maybe to generate a PDF as a string, the code from https://github. new Dispatcher. 0 Using . 3. Tagged readline, ruby, console, compile Languages bash. 0 Using fog-core 1. Calls process! to trigger any process callbacks. decode64(string)). 2. Use regexp to get the value data:image/jpeg and /9jblablablabla. Re: [CarrierWave] StringIO and original_filename in Rails 3, jnicklas SanitizedFile is a base class which provides a common API around all the different quirky Ruby File libraries. data = StringIO. Refile Aug 28, 2014 the cases and then the complete power of carrierwave for the rest of the cases. hex_to_string(pixels); #create it as a file; data = StringIO