30 May '12, 3pm

SQL Literals in Squeel (or, Overriding Backticks in Ruby)

SQL Literals in Squeel (or, Overriding Backticks in Ruby) Posted by ernie on May 30, 2012 — 0 comments I just posted details about how Squeel overrides the behavior of backticks in its DSL blocks, along with some of the criteria I used when determining whether or not backticks were a good candidate for the behavior. I hope they'll be useful as a starting point for thinking about overriding just about any default Ruby behavior in your code, especially backticks.

Full article: http://www.rubyflow.com/items/7774-sql-literals-in-squeel...

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