[Nitro] Nitro + Og 0.28.0: Cacheable, Ruby Query Language, Mongrel, Og cloning

TRANS transfire at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 13:48:15 EST 2006


Congrats!

On 2/6/06, George Moschovitis <george.moschovitis at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear devs,
>
> new versions of Nitro and Og where just released
>
> homepage: http://www.nitrohq.com
> install: gem install nitro
> download: http://rubyforge.org/projects/nitro/
> irc: irc.freenode.net #nitro
> mailing list: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/nitro-general/
>
> Whats new:
>
> A snapshot of the latest developments. As always, cool new
> features were added, the code is refactored, the security increased
> and reported bugs fixed.
>
> Most notable changes:
>
> * New generalized caching system. The caching code is refactored
> in a new Glue system. At the moment, caches in memory, DRb,
> filesystem and Og are provided. A memcache version will be available
> in the near future. The new caching system is used to implement
> Session stores, Og caching, Fragment caching, and Application scoped
> parameters. A useful DRb cache management script is provided to
> manage multiple DRb caches.
>
> * Introduced a new Og Cacheable mixin. By including this mixin
> in your classes you make them eligible to Og caching. Here comes
> an example:
>
> class User
>   is Cachable
>   property :name, String
>   property :age, Fixnum
> end
>
> Cacheable reuses the new generalized caching system to provide
> various options for distributed caching. At the moment entities
> (instances of managed classes) are cached by their primary key.
>
> * Og now advanced quering using Ruby as the data query language
> to complement the usage of Ruby as a data definition language
> and provide an end-to-end Ruby solution. At the moment only
> supported for the SQL based adapters. Here comes an example:
>
>   users = User.find do |user|
>     user.age > 10
>     user.any {
>       name == 'George'
>       name == 'Stella'
>     }
>   end
>
>   # => SELECT * FROM oguser WHERE (oguser.age > 10 AND (oguser.name =
> 'George' OR oguser.name = 'Stella'))
>
> This feature uses the Caboose/EZ code by Ezra Zygmuntowicz.
> Pure magic!
>
> * Og find now supports prepared statement like syntax:
>
>   User.find :condition => ['name LIKE ? and create_time > ?', 'g%', Time.now]
>
> The interpolated values are automatically escaped to avoid
> SQL injection attacks.
>
> Some additional forms of find are supported:
>
> User.find [['name = ? and create_time > ?', 'gmosx', Time.now]
> User.find "name = 'gmosx'"
>
> and more.
>
> * Added experimental support for  deep copying (cloning) of Og
> managed objects. This mechanism handles properties (annotated
> attributes) and some relation types.
>
> * Integration of Facets 1.0.1. The new library features a better
> API and better implementation of various features.
>
> * Introduced experimental Mongrel adapter, just use:
>
>   ruby myapp.rb --mongrel
>
> * Fixes in the SCGI/FCGI adapters.
>
> * Added schema evolution support to the SQLite adapter. All major
> Og adapter support automatic schema evolution, ie Og detects common
> types of changes in your Ruby code to automatically alter the
> underlying schema  for you.
>
> * Introduced Og SQLite2 (legacy SQLite) adapter.
>
> * Added more test cases, and improved RDoc comments throughout
> the code.
>
> * Many, many bug fixes.
>
>
> Nitro provides everything you need to develop professional Web
> applications using Ruby and Javascript. Nitro redefines Rapid
> Application Development by providing a clean, yet efficient API,
> a layer of domain specific languages implemented on top of
> Ruby and the most powerful and elegant object relational
> mapping solution available everywhere.
>
>
> have fun,
> George Moschovitis + Nitro Development Team
>
>
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