Simple versioned object-graph persistence layer
Rhubarb is a simple object-graph persistence layer that stores
instances of specially-declared Ruby classes in a SQLite3 database.
Notably, it supports multiple versions of objects and relationships
and plays nicely with the SPQR object publishing framework.
Rhubarb is a simple versioned object-graph persistence layer that
stores instances of specially-declared Ruby classes in a SQLite3
database. It was developed for use with the SPQR project, but is
independently useful (and independently updated).
Will Benton (email@example.com)
== Patches and pull requests
* Please add tests for any new features you add.
* Send me a pu
* Fix for reference-valued hash-style positional parameters in
custom queries. Fix for Red Hat BZ 618493.
* Rhubarb now supports starting arbitrary Ruby objects to fields
of type :object --- these are serialized to yaml and gzipped
before they enter the database. At the moment, you cannot change
such an object in place (accessing a field of type :o
* Test coverage of multiple-db situations
* Test coverage of close-and-reopen db situations
* Metadata stored in db files
* Bring code coverage up to 100%
* Standalone examples (i.e. not just "please see the test suite")
* Find rows by value of blob-valued field
* Automatic zlib compression of blobs (:zblob type)
* Automatic yaml serialization of arbitrary Ruby objects (:rubyobj ty
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