Firebird ActiveRecord gem is updated to version 0.8.2 with a few fixes
- Improved FbColumn#initialize so that limit, precision & scale get set only for correct column types.
- Fixed “singleton can’t be dumped” marshaling error.
Testers and pull requests are wellcome.
Firebird ActiveRecord gem is updated to version 0.7.9 with one fix : Catch nil limit for floats
Although this adapter may not yet have feature parity with the 1st tier databases supported by the Rails developers,
it has been in production for several months without issues (Rails 3.2.x) and may be considered stable. (Rails 4 testing and pull requests are wellcome)
Here is the gem url https://rubygems.org/gems/activerecord-fb-adapter
And here is the full commits changelog :
Fix inserting boolean values.
Bring gem tasks up to date.
This version fixes Segmentation fault issues
Release files can be found here
To install it using gem
rvm use ruby-1.9.3-p125
gem install rubyfb
Fetching: rubyfb-0.6.4.gem (100%)
Building native extensions. This could take a while...
Successfully installed rubyfb-0.6.4
1 gem installed
Here is the original tutorial that I follow and in my howto I only post modification/tips needed for running RoR on Firebird
Migrations don’t work yet with RoR and Firebird but you can use Flamerobin for creating tables by hand 😉
Firebird Extension Library for Ruby is now at version 0.5.9 , Only in Github repository , and now is in RubyForge