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Make sure associated has_many/habtm objects get saved even when :validate => false is used.
Apparently adding the :validate => false to has_many and habtm associations breaks saving of associations. Ofcourse that shouldn't happen. In attachment a patch for this.
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(from [b2b761166d28c1aba9165da76fba28027171fd2d]) Make sure associated has_many/habtm objects get saved even when :validate => false is used. [#486 state:resolved]
Signed-off-by: Pratik Naik
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