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Support endless ranges in where #34906

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This commit adds support for endless ranges, e.g. (1..), that were added in Ruby 2.6. They're functionally equivalent to explicitly specifying Float::INFINITY as the end of the range.

Specifically:

relation.where(column: 1..Float::INFINITY)

is equivalent to

relation.where(column: (1..))

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Only the end of a range can be omitted. Trying (..1) results in a syntax error so there's no need to add support for implicit -Float::INFINITY.

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We could modify other at the beginning of between and replace nil with Float::INFINITY (or even support -Float::INFINITY) so that there'd be no changes to conditions in if statements below + we would be able to support nil..1 (equivalent to -Float::INFINITY..1).

Please let me know if you find this preferable and I'll update the PR.

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@@ -639,6 +639,16 @@ class AttributeTest < Arel::Spec
)
end

it "can be constructed with a range implicitly ending at Infinity" do
attribute = Attribute.new nil, nil
node = attribute.between(0..)

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I think this will give us a syntax error on 2.5. Can you conditionalize this test so we don't get build failures on 2.5?

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Sure. The built actually failed for precisely this reason. I'll push an update tomorrow.

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@tenderlove just pushed an update.

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D'oh, what I did won't work for syntax error 🙈

I can either:

  1. Come up with something that would work for syntax errors.
  2. Leave the check as it is and replace 0.. with 0..nil (they're equivalent). In Rubyies pre-2.6 the latter results in an ArgumentError exception.

@tenderlove what do you think?

@gregnavis gregnavis force-pushed the gregnavis:add-endless-ranges-to-activerecord branch from 3a67c12 to 20b108a Jan 10, 2019

if Gem::Version.new('2.6.0') <= Gem::Version.new(RUBY_VERSION)
it "can be constructed with a range implicitly ending at Infinity" do
attribute = Attribute.new nil, nil
node = attribute.between(0..)

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May I suggest this?

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node = attribute.between(0..)
node = attribute.between(eval("0..")) # Use eval for compatibility with Ruby < 2.6 parser.

This way Ruby parser in version < 2.6 will just overlook it.

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Great idea. Thanks!

@gregnavis gregnavis force-pushed the gregnavis:add-endless-ranges-to-activerecord branch 2 times, most recently from 905d11e to fbccf87 Jan 11, 2019

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Would you mind checking CodeClimate? Looks like in the test, line 642 and 645 should both use double quote and not single quote.

Support endless ranges in where
This commit adds support for endless ranges, e.g. (1..), that were added
in Ruby 2.6. They're functionally equivalent to explicitly specifying
Float::INFINITY as the end of the range.

@gregnavis gregnavis force-pushed the gregnavis:add-endless-ranges-to-activerecord branch from fbccf87 to 7110dbe Jan 11, 2019

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gregnavis commented Jan 11, 2019

@tenderlove @sikachu thanks for comments! The build is green now. Please have another look.

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I think this is good to merge. @tenderlove, please!

@tenderlove tenderlove merged commit 3a1b2a2 into rails:master Jan 11, 2019

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kamipo added a commit that referenced this pull request Jan 11, 2019

More exercise test cases for `not_between`
And support endless ranges for `not_between` like as `between`.

Follow up #34906.
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