[Nitro] [PATCH] Allow multiple joins_many style relationships between two classes (and relevent test case)
rob at motionpath.com
Fri Feb 17 08:39:08 EST 2006
I have not tested this with anything but SQLite store either, I will do
PostgreSQL now and make appropriate changes (and a migration script so
you can seamlessly upgrade old projects to use this new method without
I hope you all agree this is a good idea and it would be very cool if it
doesn't work with your favoured store of choice (MySQL) if you let me
know since I only have PostgreSQL and SQLite at the moment to play with.
On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 13:20 +0000, Rob Pitt wrote:
> WARNING: This patch causes join tables to be created with different
> names and will require you to manually copy join table data into newly
> named tables if applied to a project you are already using.
> Why would I make a patch that requires this? Not having this requirement
> (i.e. doing it in an automated fashion) would be fairly complicated and
> a big drain on CPU.
> This patch still needs to be implemented at some point because it
> enables a desirable behaviour, and we are at 0.2 so we should make
> changes with big impacts like this now rather than later.
> This is a very minor modification so that a model like this behaves as
> it should:
> Class Article
> property :title, String
> joins_many :first_join, Category
> joins_many :second_join, Category
> joins_many Category
> def initialize(title)
> @title = title
> Without this patch, items you push into .first_join are visible
> in .second_join and the .categories join (all other combinations of this
> are also true).
> This is wrong, and this patch corrects this.
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