./databases/ruby-activerecord52, Object-relational mapper framework (part of Rails 5.2)

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 5.2.4.3, Package name: ruby26-activerecord52-5.2.4.3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

= Active Record -- Object-relational mapping put on rails

Active Record connects classes to relational database tables to establish an
almost zero-configuration persistence layer for applications. The library
provides a base class that, when subclassed, sets up a mapping between the new
class and an existing table in the database. In context of an application,
these classes are commonly referred to as *models*. Models can also be
connected to other models; this is done by defining *associations*.

This is for Ruby on Rails 5.2.


Required to run:
[databases/ruby-arel] [lang/ruby26-base] [devel/ruby-activemodel52] [devel/ruby-activesupport52]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 2db5dfbeb0860c4287fe1f6f7f4d180213c95393
RMD160: 85d658a693acd7c9c12a90ea7020681618529aea
Filesize: 350 KB

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   2020-05-19 17:38:35 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/ruby-activerecord52: update to 5.2.4.3

Update ruby-activerecord52 to 5.2.4.3.

## Rails 5.2.4.3 (May 18, 2020) ##

*   No changes.
   2020-03-20 16:41:33 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/ruby-activerecord52: update to 5.2.4.2

Update ruby-activerecord52 to 5.2.4.2.

## Rails 5.2.4.1 (December 18, 2019) ##

*   No changes.

## Rails 5.2.4 (November 27, 2019) ##

*   Fix circular `autosave: true` causes invalid records to be saved.

    Prior to the fix, when there was a circular series of `autosave: true`
    associations, the callback for a `has_many` association was run while
    another instance of the same callback on the same association hadn't
    finished running. When control returned to the first instance of the
    callback, the instance variable had changed, and subsequent associated
    records weren't saved correctly. Specifically, the ID field for the
    `belongs_to` corresponding to the `has_many` was `nil`.

    Fixes #28080.

    *Larry Reid*

*   PostgreSQL: Fix GROUP BY with ORDER BY virtual count attribute.

    Fixes #36022.

    *Ryuta Kamizono*

*   Fix sqlite3 collation parsing when using decimal columns.

    *Martin R. Schuster*

*   Make ActiveRecord `ConnectionPool.connections` method thread-safe.

    Fixes #36465.

    *Jeff Doering*

*   Assign all attributes before calling `build` to ensure the child record is \ 
visible in
    `before_add` and `after_add` callbacks for `has_many :through` associations.

    Fixes #33249.

    *Ryan H. Kerr*
   2019-04-14 12:33:31 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/ruby-activerecord52: update to 5.2.3

## Rails 5.2.3 (March 27, 2019) ##

*   Fix different `count` calculation when using `size` with manual `select` \ 
with DISTINCT.

    Fixes #35214.

    *Juani Villarejo*

*   Fix prepared statements caching to be enabled even when query caching is enabled.

    *Ryuta Kamizono*

*   Don't allow `where` with invalid value matches to nil values.

    Fixes #33624.

    *Ryuta Kamizono*

*   Restore an ability that class level `update` without giving ids.

    Fixes #34743.

    *Ryuta Kamizono*

*   Fix join table column quoting with SQLite.

    *Gannon McGibbon*

*   Ensure that `delete_all` on collection proxy returns affected count.

    *Ryuta Kamizono*

*   Reset scope after delete on collection association to clear stale offsets of \ 
removed records.

    *Gannon McGibbon*

## Rails 5.2.2.1 (March 11, 2019) ##

*   No changes.
   2019-03-03 15:55:02 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
databases/ruby-activerecord52: add version 5.2.2 package

Add ruby-activerecord52 version 5.2.2 package.

= Active Record -- Object-relational mapping put on rails

Active Record connects classes to relational database tables to establish an
almost zero-configuration persistence layer for applications. The library
provides a base class that, when subclassed, sets up a mapping between the new
class and an existing table in the database. In context of an application,
these classes are commonly referred to as *models*. Models can also be
connected to other models; this is done by defining *associations*.

This is for Ruby on Rails 5.2.