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Version 2.3.7

Features:

  • Postgresql >= 10.0 support

Version 2.3.6

Features:

  • Rails 5.0 support

Version 2.3.5

Features:

  • Rails 4.2 support

Version 2.3.3

Features:

  • Capistrano v3 support (by @shishi)

Version 2.3.2

Features:

  • Documentation improvements (by @george, @kenips, @joshuapinter)
  • Fix documentation of seed_once method (by weedySeaDragon)
  • Allow to seed data with an id < 1 (by @SamSaffron, @aserafin)
  • Seeds work on postgresql when there is no primary key or if primary key has no sequence assigned (by @aserafin)

Version 2.3.1

Features:

  • Rails 4.1 support added.
  • Capistrano task included. (by @linjunpop)

Version 2.3.0

Features:

  • Rails 4.0.X support added. (by @tkhr, @DanielWright)

Version 2.2.0

  • Rails 3.2 support

Version 2.1.0

Features:

  • Deprecations removed

  • Rails 3.1 support added, Rails 3.0 support removed (please use 2.0.X line with 3.0)

Version 2.0.1

Bug fixes:

  • Update the primary key sequence in PostgreSQL tables after seeding data. This ensures that id conflicts do not occur when records are subsequently added to the table.

  • Raise ActiveRecord::RecordNotSaved if any of the saves fail (but they won't fail due to validation since saves are done without validation, so this guards against callbacks failing etc.)

Version 2.0.0

Features:

  • Depends only on Active Record, not the whole of Rails

  • The Model.seed_many syntax is now supported by Model.seed, and Model.seed_many is deprecated

  • Model.seed supports adding multiple records without an explicit array argument. I.e. the following are equivalent:

    Model.seed([
      { :name => "Jon" },
      { :name => "Emily" }
    ])
    
    Model.seed(
      { :name => "Jon" },
      { :name => "Emily }
    )
    
  • A side-effect of the above is another option for single seeds:

    Model.seed(:name => "Jon")
    
  • The SEED option to rake db:seed_fu is deprecated, and replaced by FILTER which works the same way.

  • Added SeedFu.quiet boolean option, set to true if you don't want any output from Seed Fu.

  • Added SeedFu.fixture_paths. Set to an array of paths to look for seed files in. Defaults to ["db/fixtures"] in general, or ["#{Rails.root}/db/fixtures", "#{Rails.root}/db/fixtures/#{Rails.env}"] when Seed Fu is installed as a Rails plugin.

  • Added SeedFu.seed method which is basically a method equivalent of running rake db:seed_fu (the rake task now just basically called SeedFu.seed)

  • Simplified and changed the SeedFu::Writer API, see docs for details

Bug fixes:

  • Fix Rails 3 deprecation warnings and make seed-fu fully compatible with being installed as a gem