I would like to announce the release of version 2.5.2 of KirbyBase, a
small, pure-Ruby database management system that stores it’s data in
You can download it here:
This release changes the way default values work when the user
explicitly supplies a nil value for a field. I am releasing this minor
update now to support the upcoming initial release of Assaph M.'s
KirbyBase ActiveRecord adapter, Ackbar.
Here’s the detail on the change:
- Changed the behavior of KBTable#insert method. If user explicitly
specifies nil for a field value and there is a default value for that
field, the default value will no longer override the user specified nil
value. Thanks to Assaph M. for suggesting this.
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