Composite Primary Keys - now works with Rails 1.1.6

Due to the foolish implied assumption that there’d never be a revision
to activerecord library, the Composite Primary Key code promptly broke
for anyone who updated their apps to Rails 1.1.6 (with its
activerecord-1.14.4)

Now the gem dependencies are fixed and your legacy databases are free to
wield composite primary keys without fear again.

Description:
Composite Primary Keys (http://compositekeys.rubyforge.org/) is an
extension to ActiveRecords to provide support for composite primary keys
(Duh!) in a simple, transparent way. Your single primary key code should
work with a composite primary key model. Associations can even include
composite foreign keys.

Dr Nic’s Blog: http://drnicwilliams.com

Cheers
Nic

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