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Versions of Sequel above 3.20.x added support for TinyTDS as one of the
adapter types. Changed the version spec to use '>=' rather than '~>'.
Sequel version: bump to >= 3.20.0
I use Taps to transfer my production database (Postgres) to a development database (Sqlite).
I know the disadvantages of not using the same database in development and production; I'm doing it for a reason.
Datetime columns are stored in Sqlite in this format "2013-01-22 14:54:23.449483" without any timezone information.
When I use Taps to pull my production data, this format ends up like this "2011-07-21 15:57:10.000000+0000" with timezone information appended to the end.
Taps is currently using Sequel 3.20.0. I forked Taps and configured it to use Sequel 3.43.0. but that didn't work (errors).
Any ideas how I could fix this issue?