[Instantrails-users] mySQL-Front

Frank Hale frankhale at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 15:08:12 EST 2006


Here is a small cheat sheet to migrations for those that are keeping
score at home (although if you have no idea what they are this won't
help much, it assumes you know what they are and how they are used):

http://garrettsnider.backpackit.com/pub/367902

On 1/10/06, Frank Hale <frankhale at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sadly I am not experienced enough with migrations to know if such a
> tool exists. I wonder if this is a potential task that is suited for
> rake? I've been playing around with migrations for a week or so but
> have only done the basic stuff, creating small tables and such.
>
> On 1/10/06, David Morton <mortonda at dgrmm.net> wrote:
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> > Frank Hale wrote:
> > > Or you might want to look into Rails migrations so you can code your
> > > DB tables in Ruby rather than raw SQL.
> >
> > I'd like to do this for another project, but one thing bothers me... I already
> > have the sql structure created.... is there a tool to create a migration from
> > the current db structure?
> >
> > - --
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