[Dbix-class] Catalyst advent calendar - need help
ido at ido50.net
Mon Dec 7 12:25:16 GMT 2009
I myself would really like to read an article about transactions, as the
documentation is a little lacking right now.
Caching and Replication are also very interesting. By the way, does it
matter what Cache backend I'm using with the Caching trait? Will a File
Cache do the job?
On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 2:19 PM, Bogdan Lucaciu <bogdan at sinapticode.ro>wrote:
> As you probably know, the Catalyst Advent Calendar is on, running at
> Castaway already did a great job with a bit on
> DBIx::Class::Schema::Versioned, but I feel we should have more DBIC
> related content.
> Some ideas, of the top of my head:
> - the new traits in Catalyst::Model::DBIC::Schema include Caching and
> Replicated, maybe someone with production code using one of the two
> features in production can write a few words (just purpose+benefit,
> example config/code, conclusion) on how they're using it.
> - most people don't know how to use txns in dbic, or they know the API
> but don't know common practices, idiomatic approaches etc, maybe an
> overview of txns in dbic, with a few small 'cookbook' style examples
> would be useful to so many
> - DBIx::Class::Schema::RestrictWithObject is also a nice, not enough
> - in fact, a lot of dists in the DBIx::Class or DBICx namespaces are
> unknown and underadvertised gems, if you're using something in your
> code (or even better, are the author of them) and have time to write a
> few words, it would be great.
> - your own ideas are welcome :)
> If you're interested, please contact me (zamolxes) or Devin Austin
> (dhoss) on #dbix-class or #catalyst-dev on irc.perl.org . Please note,
> I feel you shouldn't give up too much of your time, it would be great
> if you could present some stuff you already researched and have some
> bits working of code/config handy.
> Thank you,
> Bogdan Lucaciu
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