Makes setting table name versions simple.
class Model < ActiveRecord::Base set_table_name "foos" set_table_version "2011_01_25" end Model.table_name #=> "foos_2011_01_25"
Depends on ActiveRecord. Works with both versions 2.3.10 and 3.0.3.
Install the gem with:
gem install activerecord-table_version
Or, in your Gemfile:
gem "activerecord-table_version", "~> 0.0.1"
If you’re on an older version of Rails:
config.gem "activerecord-table_version", :version => "~> 0.0.1"
In order to apply migrations, you will need to refer to the
table_name of the model directly.
NOTE: This has not seen extensive production use and this may result in problems in practice. You’ve been warned.
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