[Rails] Why are has_one through has_one relationships not constructible in the same way that has_many throug
2018-11-10 23:45:59 UTC
Per my question on
StackOverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53243674/build-methods-for-has-one-though-has-one

And the subsequent answer there, I'm wondering why has_one relationships
don't behave the same way as has_many relationships in terms of building
nested associations.

I assume there is good reason for this, however, I personally feel like
this is a bug
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