moor_generator 2.2.0 moor_generator: ^2.2.0 copied to clipboard
Dev-dependency to generate table and dataclasses together with the moor package.
- Experimental new CLI tool (
pub run moor_generator). Not useful at the moment
- Support inheritance when defining daos (#285)
- Improve robustness and error messages, many bug fixes
- Fix a crash when using common table expressions in custom statements
- Don't use a moor specific caching graph across build steps
- Accept inheritance in table definitions (e.g. if an abstract class declared as
IntColumn get foo => integer()(), tables inheriting from that class will also have a
use_data_class_name_for_companionsoption that will make the name of the companion based on the data class name (uses table name by default).
use_column_name_as_json_key_when_defined_in_moor_fileoption to use the column name instead of the Dart getter name as json key for columns declared in moor files
\rcharacters in generated Dart literals
- Fix for an analyzer bug on constant expressions in generated code
- Small adaptions in generated code for moor version 2.0.1
- Rewritten generator with looser coupling to the build package
- Implementation of an SQL IDE as analyzer plugin
sqlparser0.3.0 and updated grammar for
- Drop support for analyzer versions
<0.36.4. They weren't supported in version 1.7.0 either, but the
pubspec.yamldid not specify this correctly.
- Support for moor version 1.7.1, which contains a fix for integer columns declared as primary key
- Support type converters that were introduced in moor 1.7
- Support parsing and generating code for
.moorfiles (see docs).
- Generate code to expand array variables
The +1 release has no changes to 1.6.0, there were issues while uploading to pub. +2 fixes delivers on the promise of supporting the analyze 0.37
- Parse custom queries and write generated mapping code.
- Refactorings and minor improvements in the generator
For more details on the new features, check out changelog of the moor package.
- Added the
RealColumn, which stores floating point values
- Better configuration for the serializer with the
JsonKeyannotation and the ability to use a custom
- Moor now supports table joins
- Added table aliases
- Default values for columns: Just use the
withDefaultmethod when declaring a column
- added expressions that resolve to the current date or time
- Fixed a crash that would occur if the first operation was a transaction
- Better support for custom expressions as part of a regular query
- Faster hashcode implementation in generated data classes
- Blob data type
- Generated classes now use lazy getters instead of recalculating fields on each access
- Custom Constraints
- Data classes can be converted from and to json
- The generated data classes now implement
- Initial version of the Moor generator