[Nitro] [OG] enchant Question: klass.table or klass::OGTABLE

Mark Van De Vyver mvyver at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 22:38:36 EST 2007


On Nov 29, 2007 11:49 AM, Judson Lester <nyarly at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looking back at that comment, I believe what I meant was that, rather than
> use OGTABLE, and assign it based on the klass, instead, just use
> klass.table(), and be sure that klass.table for SchemaInheritence works.  In
> general, it was my thinking at the time that klass.table should be the
> correct way to determine the table name, although in a perfect world, client
> code wouldn't ever need to, except in unusual circumstances - like migrating
> out of Og, or trying to understand the library better.
>
> Looking at the code now, later, I can't find Og::SchemaInheritenceBase at
> all.  Has STI been abandoned?

I just noticed this... :)
http://www.nitroproject.org/uploads/posts/2007/3/refactor-field-maps.bndl

[minor
Judson Lester <nyarly at gmail.com>**20070320020302] {
hunk ./og/lib/og/model.rb 499
-      include Og::SchemaInheritanceBase
+      include Og::Mixin::SingleTableInherited
}

[refactor: optimization of field_maps


> Judson
>
>
>
> On Nov 7, 2007 12:00 AM, Mark Van De Vyver < mvyver at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> > Hi Devs,
> > This may be a dumb question, but which of the following is the correct
> > way to access the table name of an Og managed class:
> >  a) klass.table
> >  b) klass::OGTABLE
> >
> > In fact just what does the following comment in
> > sql.rb:SqlStore#enchant mean/relate to?
> >
> >      # FIXME: jl: Remove references to table, then remove these 5 lines
> >
> > It makes me think the above choice it's been resolved to use
> > klass::OGTABLE, _but_  _only_ in Og's code. Correct?
> > So internal use of klass.table is deprecated but the table attribute
> > remains for user code.  Correct?
> >
> > Mark
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