Oh, evidently did not understand that you wanted an out of the box solution
that did exactly
what you need. That does not exist.

However, what I suggested is completely relevant if you wish to actually
create a solution.
You can run any ruby code you wish with the cron job. Using the 'whenever'
gem would
facilitate writing to any page you wish, pulling from database, inserting
partials. All that.
You would just need to write the code for doing that. Fait accompli.

Jet
On Thursday, January 17, 2013 12:01:08 AM UTC-8, ara...@gmail.com wrote:

Jet,

Thank you for your reply. However what you posted has nothing to do with
my question.

What I'm asking for is something like the following:

Showing only one product on the homepage, and showing only one product for
that day with whatever DB field is relevant. E.g, show "This couch" on
Friday the 13th January 2013.
On Wednesday, January 16, 2013 9:55:25 PM UTC-8, Jet wrote:

This might be a good starting point for you:

http://railscasts.com/episodes/164-cron-in-ruby-revised

Cheers,

Jet
On Wednesday, January 16, 2013 9:06:50 PM UTC-8, ara...@gmail.com wrote:

Hello, thanks for reading.

Would it be relatively painless to modify Spree in a way that is
architected towards daily deals? E.g, a new deal every day, or within a
specific time range?

Has anyone done this?
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