- Resolved an issue introduced in 0.3.0 where default_scope attributes were being included in generated INSERTs. This also resolves an issue where it was possible to have a column name specified twice.
- SQLite’s ability to generate INSERT statements with multiple value sets is now supported if you are using SQLite 3.2.11 or higher. Otherwise, it will default to the earlier less performant version.
- Rails 3.0.x is no longer supported as of 0.3.0. Please use 0.2.11 or upgrade your version of Rails.
- imports are now scope-aware
- performance improvements here and here
- serialized columns are now supported
- spatial database adapters are now supported: mysqlspatial, spatialite, postgis
More on scope-aware changes
Scope-aware changes which were added by James Le Cuirot (@chewi) provides the ability to call
import on an association. For example:
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