5.22.0.txt

doc/release_notes/5.22.0.txt
Last Update: 2019-07-01 07:14:49 -0700

New Features

  • Sequel now supports Ruby 2.7+ startless ranges in filters:

    DB[:table].where(:column=>(..10))
    # SELECT * FROM table WHERE (column <= 10)
    DB[:table].where(:column=>(...10))
    # SELECT * FROM table WHERE (column < 10)

    It also supports startless, endless ranges in filters, using a condition that is always true:

    DB[:table].where(:column=>(nil..nil))
    # SELECT * FROM table WHERE (1 = 1)
  • Sequel now supports startless ranges in the pg_range extension:

    DB.extension :pg_range
    DB[:table].insert(:column=>(..10))
    # INSERT INTO "table" ("column") VALUES ('[,10]') RETURNING "id"
    
    DB[:table].insert(:column=>(...10))
    # INSERT INTO "table" ("column") VALUES ('[,10)') RETURNING "id"
    
    DB[:table].insert(:column=>(nil..nil))
    # INSERT INTO "table" ("column") VALUES ('[,]') RETURNING "id"
  • Sequel now supports a :materialized option in Dataset#with on PostgreSQL 12+, to control the inlining of common table expressions:

    DB[:t].with(:t, DB[:t2], :materialized=>false)
    # WITH "t" AS NOT MATERIALIZED (SELECT * FROM "t2")
    # SELECT * FROM "t"
    
    DB[:t].with(:t, DB[:t2], :materialized=>true)
    # WITH "t" AS MATERIALIZED (SELECT * FROM "t2")
    # SELECT * FROM "t"

Other Improvements

  • Database#primary_key_sequence now works for tables without serial sequences on PostgreSQL 12+.

  • Dataset#multi_insert and import with return: :primary_key option on Microsoft SQL Server now work correctly if the dataset uses a row_proc (e.g. for model datasets).