[Dbix-class] DBIx::Class or Rose::DB::Object or other???
groditi at gmail.com
Tue Jun 6 23:49:06 CEST 2006
I don't understand the anti-loader thing. it saves me a lot of initial
typing.... it's kind of nice. but i totally agree on the whole dump load
once and then mantain manually. A huge help when moving apps to DBIC. the
auto loading of meta data into RDBO is what i really liked, column types,
length constraints, etc.
On 6/6/06, Brandon Black <blblack at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/6/06, Guillermo Roditi <groditi at gmail.com> wrote:
> > RDBO is kind of amazing, and it's loader application will save you tons
> > time, DBIx::Class also has a handy loader, but it's not yet as advanced
> > RDBO's. From what I have personally gathered though, the result set
> > in DBIC kicks ass like nothing else
> Most DBIx::Class users are pretty anti-loader (not that its an excuse,
> but its a reason). I'm authoring the latest iteration of it and even
> I don't use it anymore for real apps.
> In any case, the big difference I see between the RDBO Metadata::Auto
> stuff and DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader is the layering abilities of
> RDBO (that is, the ability to easily manually define certain peices of
> metadata and then fill in the rest via autoloading). If there's other
> major items and people really want to see DBIC's loader doing them,
> send a patch, or at least a strong suggestion.
> As the RDBO docs say though, probably the best hybrid approach is to
> let a loader do code generation initially and then maintain manually
> from there out. The DBIC loader just acquired this functionality, so
> it's still a bit rough around the edges, but it does appear to work at
> the moment :) Hopefully soon we'll be able to integrate this one-shot
> code generation with the dbicadmin commandline tool to make it even
> -- Brandon
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