[Haskell-cafe] Declarative database migrations
Amit Aryeh Levy
amit at amitlevy.com
Thu Jul 3 19:32:36 UTC 2014
postgresql-orm is built on top of postgresql-simple and the migrations
will work just fine without using any of the ORM layer -- in other
words, you can still just use postgresql-simple in your application. The
only constraint is a table for tracking the latest applied migration.
On 07/02/2014 11:57 PM, Timur Amirov wrote:
> Thanks for the list!
> I’ll have a look.
> To be honest, I was trying to avoid Persist for now in favour of
> postgresql-simple when it comes to using db. The only concern was
> about migration lib.
> Timur Amirov
> Berlin, Germany
> On 1 Jul 2014 at 21:47:13, Amit Aryeh Levy (amit at amitlevy.com
> <mailto:amit at amitlevy.com>) wrote:
>> postgresql-orm has a very simple DSL and migration model modeled
>> after active record's db migrations, as well as a utility,
>> `pg_migrate`, for running migrations, rolling back migrations and
>> creating boiler plate code for new migrations:
>> On 06/29/2014 06:39 AM, Timur Amirov wrote:
>>> Looking for tools to use discovered that I miss something like
>>> Rails database migrations in haskell.
>>> Is there a package for it (describe the whole schema and/or
>>> particular migrations)?
>>> Timur Amirov
>>> Berlin, Germany
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