Hello,

In my rails application, I am using couchrest_model to connect to a
couchDB database.

I have a model like this:

[code]
class Author < CouchRest::Model::Base

property :id, Integer
property :title, String
property :first_name, String
property :last_name, String

# view to get only the documents which starts with "authors" - Table
Authors
view_by :id,
:map => "function(doc) {
if(doc._id.indexOf('authors') == 0) {
emit(null, doc);
}
}"

end
[/code]

In the controller the function is simple:

[code]

def list
@authors = Author.by_id()
end

[/code]


And in the view I iterate the @authors to show the results.


I would like to implement pagination but I don't know how. I already
implemented pagination before, when I was using a PostgreSQL database
and active records (will_paginate), but now, I am stuck with this.

Anyone can help me with a simple example?

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