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FEATURE: Use of multi-character delimiters #96

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chb0github opened this Issue Oct 18, 2017 · 1 comment

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chb0github commented Oct 18, 2017

Discussed in #88

Currently the --@delimiter flag only accept a single character. Considering most programming languages are capable of using every character on the keyboard, frequently a multi-character delimiter is used.

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harawata commented Oct 25, 2017

Fixed in the core via mybatis/mybatis-3@082bb34
That version of the core will be included in the next release (3.3.2).

It is also possible to verify the fix with the following steps.

  • Replace older mybatis-VERSION.jar in $MIGRATIONS_HOME/lib` with the latest mybatis-3.4.6-SNAPSHOT.jar obtained from the snapshot repo.
  • Edit the hardcoded JAR file name in the startup scripts in $MIGRATIONS_HOME/bin/.

Thank you!

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