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cl-migrations
Created by vamsee on: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 09:45:28 GMT, Last modification: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 09:45:28 GMT

cl-migrations is a port of the database migrations feature of Ruby on Rails to Common Lisp. cl-migrations is intended to provide a simple way to version-control your database changes.

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Web sitehttp://common-lisp.net/project/cl-migrations/
Mailing listhttp://common-lisp.net/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cl-migrations-devel
Version0.0.1 -
MaturityBeta
OS compatibilityTested on Linux with SBCL, PostgreSQL. Yet to test with other implementations and OSes.
ASDF installableYes
Official Downloadhttp://common-lisp.net/project/cl-migrations/cl-migrations-latest.tgz
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Source code repositoryhttp://common-lisp.net/project/cl-migrations/darcs/cl-migrations

cl-migrations is a port of the database migrations feature of Ruby on Rails to Common Lisp. cl-migrations is intended to provide a simple way to version-control your database changes. As a web project grows, it's database will go through numerous structural changes. Even if the schema is available as an sql file for creating a database instance, it can quickly get out of sync with the actual database. Also, if things go wrong with a new version, there should be a proper way to disable new changes to database and bring it back to a previously known good position. cl-migrations creates a new file with a version number everytime a new database change to the database structure is to be made. It can revert, or forward to a given version number, or move the database to the latest version if no version number is given.

Compatible Implementations

SBCL

Required Libraries  View graph

CLSQL | ASDF

Authors and Maintainers

Vamsee Kanakala

Tags

Database | ASDF installable | Version Control | Linux | MIT

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