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    Save users ObjectId into users … Merge pull request #110 from zi… (compare)

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Andreas Lappe
@alappe
can you give us one commit id of your missing commits?
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
but please explain how the new structure work
no
Patrick Finkbeiner
@pfinkbeiner
You can simply create a new branch with your current master and push that branch to github.
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
is of 2 month ago
if you want I share my screen on my last and you will see the difference
but is not a problem
Andreas Lappe
@alappe
with 'git log' you get the history of all commits ever done in the branch...
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
is a good exercise for us to understand
Andreas Lappe
@alappe
there should also be your commits with the corresponding ids
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
anyway
if now I need to add all the developmento for the participate, how I can do?
this is easy because you renamed performer.js into user.js
so the code is there
can you explain how to put that code in the new structure?
in this case you used the performer.js of 2 month ago
and also if i stopped working on it
you have not updated the file
now I have created the new route
based on your routes
app.get('/(:user)/events/(:event)/participate', userRoutes.getUserEventParticipate);
I need a post too
and till there is easy
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
now how to put all the case I have?
Patrick Finkbeiner
@pfinkbeiner
You know what merge means?
You dont have to put all those files together by hand…
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
is copletly different
you deleted and added a lot of file
many jade
are not there
Patrick Finkbeiner
@pfinkbeiner
Yes, Stefan did this to reduce the complexity in the views
Andreas Lappe
@alappe
They are mostly only moved and structured into directories per model
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
if you open routes/user.js and routes/performer.js
mostly
better all of 2 month ago
but now le me understand
please
Stefan Isak
@stefanisak
Your route you wrote is right.
Andreas Lappe
@alappe
Stefan is currently looking something up on his phone to guide you, give him a second... As said we are without computers on a fragile internet connection until the weekend...
Stefan Isak
@stefanisak
Then proceed with the route itself.
Add methods you need to user.js and use the moongose API as you can already see in the same file.
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
ok if you can not now is ok
I can wait
but this routes/performer.js
is a survivor
Stefan Isak
@stefanisak
Exactly
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
all the jade that call where they are?
how I can merge that route in the user.js?
Stefan Isak
@stefanisak
It's just there because not everything is already refactored. For example the post route.
Gianluca Del Gobbo
@gianlucadelgobbo
ok