Jeremy Evans wrote:

> 
> JRuby and Ruby 1.9 Officially Supported
> ---------------------------------------
> 
> Sequel now officially supports JRuby 1.1.3 and Ruby 1.9 (svn revision
> 18194 at least).  Using JRuby with the JDBC adapter, PostgreSQL,
> MySQL, and SQLite now enjoy almost full support, though not
> everything works the same as using the native adapter.  Depending on
> what you are doing, it may make sense to use postgres-pr on JRuby
> instead of PostgreSQL-JDBC.
> 
> To use the new JDBC support, the database connection string you give
> Sequel is now passed directly to JDBC, here are a few examples:
> 
>   Sequel.connect('jdbc:postgresql://host/database?user=*&password=*')
>   Sequel.connect('jdbc:mysql://host/database?user=*&password=*')
>   Sequel.connect('jdbc:sqlite::memory:')
>   Sequel.connect('jdbc:sqlite:relative/path.db')
>   Sequel.connect('jdbc:sqlite:/absolute/path.db')

Very, very cool.



Thanks for the great work!


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