Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/databases/ruby-activerecord70
From: Takahiro Kambe
Date: 2022-01-16 15:07:29
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Log Message:
databases/ruby-activerecord70: update to 7.0.1

7.0.1 (2021-01-06)

* Change QueryMethods#in_order_of to drop records not listed in values.

  in_order_of now filters down to the values provided, to match the
  behavior of the Enumerable version.

  Kevin Newton

* Allow named expression indexes to be revertible.

  Previously, the following code would raise an error in a reversible
  migration executed while rolling back, due to the index name not
  being used in the index removal.

	add_index(:settings, "(data->'property')", using: :gin, name: \ 

  Fixes #43331.

  Oliver G√ľnther

* Better error messages when association name is invalid in the
  argument of ActiveRecord::QueryMethods::WhereChain#missing.


* Fix ordered migrations for single db in multi db environment.


* Extract on update CURRENT_TIMESTAMP for mysql2 adapter.

  Kazuhiro Masuda

* Fix incorrect argument in PostgreSQL structure dump tasks.
  Updating the --no-comment argument added in Rails 7 to the correct
  --no-comments argument.

  Alex Dent

* Fix schema dumping column default SQL values for sqlite3.


* Correctly parse complex check constraint expressions for PostgreSQL.


* Fix timestamptz attributes on PostgreSQL handle blank inputs.

  Alex Ghiculescu

  Fix migration compatibility to create SQLite references/belongs_to
  column as integer when migration version is 6.0.

  Reference/belongs_to in migrations with version 6.0 were creating
  columns as bigint instead of integer for the SQLite Adapter.

  Marcelo Lauxen

* Fix joining through a polymorphic association.

  Alexandre Ruban

* Fix QueryMethods#in_order_of to handle empty order list.

  Post.in_order_of(:id, []).to_a Also more explicitly set the column
  as secondary order, so that any other value is still ordered.

  Jean Boussier

* Fix rails dbconsole for 3-tier config.

  Eileen M. Uchitelle

* Fix quoting of column aliases generated by calculation methods.

  Since the alias is derived from the table name, we can't assume the
  result is a valid identifier.

	class Test < ActiveRecord::Base
	  self.table_name = '1abc'
	# syntax error at or near "1" (ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid)
	# LINE 1: SELECT COUNT(*) AS count_all, "1abc"."id" AS \ 
1abc_id FROM "1...

  Jean Boussier