*NOTE his plugin requires the private e9_base CMS gem and WILL NOT WORK without it.* CRM Plugin for the e9 CMS ========================= To use, add as a gem and install by running: rails g e9_crm:install Then modify the installed initializer as per your app, including the controller module in your desired controllers, with the final result looking something like this: \ require 'e9_crm' User.send :include, E9Crm::Backend::ActiveRecord \ Rails.configuration.after_initialize do [ MyFirstTrackedController, \ MySecondTrackedController ].each {|c| c.send(:include, E9Crm::TrackingController) } end NOTE: A few assumptions are made: --------------------------------- 1. \ Your app has a "User" model 2. Your app has a controller method #current_user to return the currently logged in user.

Rubygem e9_crm

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2011-10-14 00:00:00 UTC
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2011-05-12 04:00:00 UTC
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