On Sep 15, 2005, at 3:52 PM, Logan Capaldo wrote:

> I am proud(?) to announce the first actual release of KirbyRecord.  
> KirbyRecord is an ORM layer for the very cool pure ruby database,  
> KirbyBase. KirbyRecord was initialized inspired in design by  
> ActiveRecord, but as you can see I've stolen ideas from Og as well  
> now.
> Here are its features:
> <snip sweetness>
> This column stuff is cool but one warning, KirbyRecord always gets  
> its methods from the db, if theres already a table with the name of  
> your class it doesn't even look at the columns you declared (except  
> for the default values). On the other hand if the table doesn't  
> exist, KirbyRecord will create it for you after you use an object  
> for the first time.
>
> There are more examples of all this stuff in the comments (which  
> you can run rdoc on in the file). I hope someone finds a use for  
> this stuff, and gets back with feedback.
>
> <kirbyrecord.rb>
>

Logan-
     This looks like a lot of fun! Very nice that its all ruby. Keep  
it coming.
Thanks-
-Ezra Zygmuntowicz
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