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Change `having_values` to use the `WhereClause` class
This fixed an issue where `having` can only be called after the last call to `where`, because it messes with the same `bind_values` array. With this change, the two can be called as many times as needed, in any order, and the final query will be correct. However, once something assigns `bind_values`, that stops. This is because we have to move all of the bind values from the having clause over to the where clause since we can't differentiate the two, and assignment was likely in the form of: `relation.bind_values += other.bind_values` This will go away once we remove all places that are assigning `bind_values`, which is next on the list. While this fixes a bug that was present in at least 4.2 (more likely present going back as far as 3.0, becoming more likely in 4.1 and later as we switched to prepared statements in more cases), I don't think this can be easily backported. The internal changes to `Relation` are non-trivial, anything that involves modifying the `bind_values` array would need to change, and I'm not confident that we have sufficient test coverage of all of those locations (when `having` was called with a hash that could generate bind values). [Sean Griffin & anthonynavarre]
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