Excellent, thank you. I tried the IF EXISTS, and it didn't work, then chased my tail trying to find the negative version. Catching the exception with duplicate_object works well. Really appreciative of your help. Happt New Year!
Is there a way I can check if this operator has already been created? I want to include it in my migrations, but only execute the sql if the operator hasn't already been created.
This is awesome thank you.
@codecarson: rspec -d works for me with v2.14.1
@calamari: Thanks for the tip, didn't know I could do this until I read this.
Nice tip - thanks!
Thanks, I've been using default:  in Rails 4.1.0.beta1 which seems to be working. Also, can you tell me how to edit my protips? I can't find an edit button anywhere!
This is an excellent technique and something I hadn't considered. I was worried about the technical debt I was accumulating with Bootstrap, and was wondering how I could divorce my code from Bootstrap while still using it. Thanks for sharing!