Graphile Migrate 0.1 Released
Announced 2020-03-17 by Team Graphile
The Graphile team are pleased to announce that Graphile Migrate 0.1 is out in pre-release. This is a big milestone for the project, with it finally leaving 0.0.x territory and leaving behind the word "highly" in the phrase "highly experimental"! This release is a significant jump from the previous versions and includes many new commands, more configuration options, as well as a suite of new features.
Graphile Migrate is an opinionated, SQL-powered, productive roll-forward migration tool for Postgres. In true Graphile style, it is simple, familiar, fully functional and fast: Save a file and the database is updated in milliseconds. There's no custom DSL to learn, instead use standard Postgres syntax. Graphile Migrate pairs well with PostGraphile and the wider Graphile suite of tools. You can find it on GitHub.
Migrate 0.1 features
There are many new features and a 🚨 breaking change in Migrate 0.1. Make sure you read the full release notes and the new and improved Readme of the project on GitHub.
- init to set up a new environment
- compile to compile an SQL file (filling out placeholders) and output the result
- run to compile and run an SQL file
- completion to install CLI autocompletion
- More configuration options are exposed
- Support for the current migration to be a directory
- Support for naming commits
- Ability to run
afterRestSQL actions as a superuser
- Add ability to run
graphile-migrate statuswithout requiring a database connection
- Stronger linting, stronger types and lots of other housekeeping
- 🚨 potential checksum breaking change
The full, technical details can be found in the release notes in the project repo.
Thank you Graphile Sponsors and contributors!
We extend our gratitude to everyone who has filed issues and pull requests against Graphile Migrate — contributors and user feedback are invaluable to open source projects and help to push the software to be the best possible version of itself it can be.
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