[ANN] Ruby/Informix 0.6.1 released

This is a maintenance release to fix a bug triggered while working
with Ruby on Rails and Informix.

Web site: http://ruby-informix.rubyforge.org

Changelog:

0.6.1 13/10/2007

Bugs fixed:
* Database#columns was returning an empty array from within
the
Informix ActiveRecord adapter
(ActiveRecord::ConnectionAdapters::InformixAdapter#columns)
if
called for different tables. This bug was raising the
following
error in Ruby on Rails:

            undefined method columname=

      Noticed by Andrés Rafael <aandresrafael at gmail dot com>


Gerardo S.

On 10/13/07, Gerardo S. [email protected] wrote:

This is a maintenance release to fix a bug triggered while working
with Ruby on Rails and Informix.

Hi Gerardo,

Did you see the recent adapter extraction for Rails 2.0?

If you name the Informix adapter gem ‘activerecord-informix-adapter’
then no extra configuration is needed besides adapter: informix in
database.yml

Best,
jeremy

On Oct 13, 9:44 pm, “Jeremy K.” [email protected] wrote:

On 10/13/07, Gerardo S. [email protected] wrote:

This is a maintenance release to fix a bug triggered while working
with Ruby on Rails and Informix.

Hi Gerardo,

Hey Jeremy,

Did you see the recent adapter extraction for Rails 2.0?

If you name the Informix adapter gem ‘activerecord-informix-adapter’
then no extra configuration is needed besides adapter: informix in
database.yml

Where can I find more information about how these gems should be built

On 10/13/07, Gerardo S. [email protected] wrote:

I’ve got some clues from the source code:

http://svn.rubyonrails.org/rails/adapters/oracle/Rakefile

Which makes me ask… what should I do to see the Informix adapter
(http://rails-informix.rubyforge.org) included in Rails’ repository?

You can host it as-is, but I’d be happy to add you to the Rails
subversion repository if you’d like.

To transparently work with the new convention, name the gem
activerecord-informix-adapter and put the adapter in
lib/active_record/connection_adapters/informix_adapter.rb

jeremy

On Oct 13, 10:13 pm, Gerardo S. [email protected]
wrote:

On Oct 13, 9:44 pm, “Jeremy K.” [email protected] wrote:

If you name the Informix adapter gem ‘activerecord-informix-adapter’
then no extra configuration is needed besides adapter: informix in
database.yml

Where can I find more information about how these gems should be built

I’ve got some clues from the source code:

http://svn.rubyonrails.org/rails/adapters/oracle/Rakefile

Which makes me ask… what should I do to see the Informix adapter
(http://rails-informix.rubyforge.org) included in Rails’ repository?

On Oct 13, 11:27 pm, “Jeremy K.” [email protected] wrote:

subversion repository if you’d like.
I would be happy too, please do. It would be easier this way for
Informix users to be aware that support exists and to pick up the
adapter easily.

To transparently work with the new convention, name the gem
activerecord-informix-adapter and put the adapter in
lib/active_record/connection_adapters/informix_adapter.rb

jeremy

Ok, I’ll write the Rakefile accordingly and commit the files in the
right path.

Thank you very much Jeremy.

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