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Changelog

Version 2.0.9

  • Don't try to load config/database.yml if $DATABASE_URL is present (#55, thanks to @exviva)

Version 2.0.8

  • Use the ConnectionManagement AR middelware for clearing active connections

Version 2.0.7

  • Allow multiple databases to be used (#54)

Version 2.0.6

  • Prefer DATABASE_URL to config/database.yml (#47).

Version 2.0.5

  • Disabled ActiveRecord logging in tests

Version 2.0.4

  • You're now encouraged to load the app in the :load_config Rake task. This way your app will only be required when executing ActiveRecord tasks, and not other potential tasks which don't need the database. Your Rakefile can now be updated to this:

    require "sinatra/activerecord/rake"
    
    namespace :db do
      task :load_config do
        require "./app" # or whatever your app name is
      end
    end
  • ActiveRecord isn't logged in production anymore.

Version 2.0.3

  • Use File.exist? instead of File.exists? to avoid warnings (thanks to @matthiase).

Version 2.0.2

  • Allow setting the environment as a String, aside from Symbol.

Version 2.0.1

  • Fixed the issue where it mattered in which order sinatra/activerecord/rake and ./app are required.

Version 2.0.0

  • ActiveRecord 4.1 is now supported.
  • Rake tasks are now directly imported from ActiveRecord, which means all of the tasks are now available.

Version 1.7.0

  • Added db:reset and db:migrate:reset tasks (#27). Thanks to @csgavino.

Version 1.6.0

  • Added ability to specify folder for the database (#26). Thanks to @jamesrwhite.

Version 1.5.0

  • Added ability to specify :sql format of the schema, as well as db:structure tasks (#25). Thanks to @icambron.

Version 1.4.0

  • Added db:test:prepare Rake task.

Version 1.3.0

  • Added db:create, db:drop and db:reset Rake tasks.

Version 1.2.5

  • Fix a bug with ActiveRecord 3.0.

Version 1.2.4

  • By default look for a config/database.yml in the root of the running process.

Version 1.2.3

  • Allow ActiveRecord 4

Version 1.2.2

  • Fix not allowing environments other than "development", "test" and "production".

Version 1.2.1

  • Fix specifying database from a file not working properly.

Version 1.2.0

  • You can now set a custom migrations directory. Take a look at this wiki.

  • You can now set the database to a YAML file. Take a look at this wiki.

Version 1.1.2

  • Users are now warned if they use SQLite URLs with 2 slashes.

Version 1.1.1

  • The set :database command now accepts everything that ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection accepts. A Hash is one example:
set :database, {
  adapter: "sqlite3",
  database: "db/foo.db",
  pool: 5,
  timeout: 5000
}
  • The database is now reset whenever you specify it with set :database.
  • The migrations are now logged just like in Rails.

Version 1.1.0

  • If no database is specified, it will try to read from the DATABASE_URL environment variable (which is often set in production). This was removed in 1.0.0, but now I'm bringing it back.

Version 1.0.1

  • Removed deprecation warnings when using the #database helper.

Version 1.0.0

  • Fixed the database not working. Sorry, I won't let it happen again.

Changes that are NOT backwards compatible

  • There is no more "default" database. Now you always have to specify the database you want to connect to, it doesn't default to "sqlite://#{environment}.db" anymore.

  • When you're setting an SQLite database, you now have to put 3 slashes after sqlite: instead of 2. So instead of sqlite://database.db you have to write sqlite:///database.db. This is now a valid URL.

Version 0.2.1 (yanked)

  • The previous version was yanked, because I forgot to add the db:rollback task (I didn't figure out how to test it yet, otherwise I would know it was missing). This version is then actually 0.2.0.

Version 0.2.0 (yanked)

  • Added db:rollback rake task.

  • If you're using SQLite, you can now specify the path to where you want your database file to be (thanks to @mpalmer for this). Refer to this wiki.

  • Verify connection before requests (a MySQL error which caused the app to disconnect from the database after some longer time).

  • Clear active connections after each request.

  • activerecord gem is now a dependency, so you don't have to specify it anymore. The required version is >= 3.