When we use an SQLite.Ignore decorated property inside an expression. #164

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ricardolopezrey commented Feb 18, 2013

Minor change. More descriptive error (it thows now 'Null reference exception') ... When we use an SQLite.Ignore decorated property inside an expression.

To Test:
Just decorate a property in your class with [SQLite.Ignore] and try to use that property inside an expresion like:
db.Table().OrderBy(ex=>ex.SQLiteIgnoredProperty)

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praeclarum commented Feb 21, 2013

Can you resync with master to fix whitespace issues? I can't see your changes otherwise. Thanks!

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ricardolopezrey commented Feb 21, 2013

Hi!

Not sure what you mean, sorry, I'm pretty new to git :) I tried to push again... is this enough? Let me know... and thank you so mucho :)

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praeclarum commented Mar 7, 2013

The line endings on every line changed when you edited the file. This was done either by your editor or by git. You will have to fix one or the other - or both - to edit files without rewriting their line endings. Perhaps git pull --rebase will allow you to merge in from github and then you can merge your changes back in.

@xperiandri xperiandri pushed a commit to xperiandri/sqlite-net that referenced this pull request Sep 12, 2015

@oysteinkrog oysteinkrog Merge pull request #164 from Shiney/AddSubtract
Added the ability to use + and - operators in expressions
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