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Rails' rescue_from

A little write up on rescue_from: rescue_from

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Nice! Didn’t know about ActiveSupport::Rescuable But I think using a private method is better than a block since you can override it in subclasses

It piles the handlers up anyway so even if you use a block in your ApplicationController than use another one in your FooController the later will be the one invoked.

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