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This question is about code style.

I have this line in one of my models:

has_many :owning_artists, :through => :artist_tracks, :source => :artist, :conditions => { :artist_tracks => { :artistic_role_id => 1, :another_memeber => 42 } }

What is the best way to break this up on multiple lines, and indented of course, and what would it would look like?

I'd love to hear a more general recommendation/guideline for how to break up and indent nested hashes too.

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This is what I would do:

has_many :owning_artists, {
  :through => :artist_tracks,
  :source => :artist,
  :conditions => {
    :artist_tracks => {
      :artistic_role_id => 1,
      :another_memeber => 42
    }
  }
}
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    \$\begingroup\$ Can't really add to this other than to say that if the artist_tracks hash had more than one member I would break those on to individual lines as well, indented accordingly. \$\endgroup\$ – Robin Fisher Feb 26 '13 at 15:56

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