I'm looking for a nice(!) way to specify multiple joins to the same
table where there are different conditions on each one.
I was hoping for something like this
class Model < ActiveRecord::Base
joins(:things).where('things.foo' => 'bar').
joins(:things => :others).where('others.foo' => 'baz')
Unfortunately, this is wishful thinking. As far as I can tell, I have to
write the SQL for the second join explicitly like this
joins('JOIN things AS others ON models.id = things.model_id')
Did I miss a better way?