It's a cinch to install and the usage is intuitive - I couldn't have been happier with the gem. After I finished implementing the metrics for the chat tray, I deployed to production and quickly found a problem. The way our chat tray works is as follows: every article is tied to a Facebook Post object. All comments made in the chat tray are Facebook Comment objects where the parent_id is the Post's id. Simple enough. So to fetch all the comments for a post to analyze the results for the metrics, I did the following with FbGraph:
The problem was the number of comments returned maxed out at 50. Since some of our chat tray conversations have over 300 comments, it was crucial I had access to every comment. I tried some standard ActiveRecord conventions like post.comments.limit(1000) to no avail. After a round of Google searches and sifting through some Github issues, I came across someone who had a similar concern. Their solution involved paging through the comments. This wasn't sufficient for me so I went poking around in the gem.
After a quick cd `bundle show fb_graph` command, I started to peruse around the gem's lib files. Inside the Post class, I noticed the associated @_comments_ object was created through the Collection class. Once inside the Collection class (/lib/fb_graph/collection.rb), I noticed there were four variables that def fetch_params checked for - one of which was 'limit'. So after adjusting my script like below, all was good.