The scissors plugin adds class methods for update, delete, and destroy. It is so named because this is considered dangerous, since it is easy to write:
and delete all rows in the table, when you meant to write:
and only delete a single row.
This plugin is mostly useful for backwards compatibility, and not recommended for use in production. However, it can cut down on verbosity in non-transactional test code, so it may be appropriate to use when testing.
# Make all model subclass run with scissors Sequel::Model.plugin :scissors # Make the Album class run with scissors Album.plugin :scissors