say_with_time(message) public

Outputs text along with how long it took to run its block. If the block returns an integer it assumes it is the number of rows affected.

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January 30, 2012
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Requires a Block.

Just a little heads up here because it’s not obvious.

This requires a block to be passed to it.

Example Usage

say_with_time "Reverting all service rates to nil." do
  Service.update_all( :rate, nil )

# Output
-- Reverting all service rates to nil.
   -> 0.3451s
   -> 2233 rows
November 17, 2014 - (>= v3.1.0)
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Include items affected in output

If the result returned from the block is an Integer, the output will include a message about that number of “rows” in addition to the elapsed time.

say_with_time "Some complex, custom work" do
  counter = 0
  # ... do some stuff here that increments the counter ...

#=> "-- Some complex, custom work"
#=> "   -> 45.3725s"
#=> "   -> 52880 rows"