Personally I feel like the conditional syntax is a little awkward to use, I
think it'd be nicer to have a DSL and be able to manually parse .Where("x =
? AND y >= 10 AND field LIKE "%thing%") like active record does, instead of
...but that's just a matter of preference. I appreciate parsing syntax like
that will be hard and slow.
(I know, I'm an advocate of fluent style apis, but this is just a little
bit too wordy for my taste).
Seems to work well well.
On Friday, May 24, 2013 10:31:16 AM UTC+8, Ewan Chou wrote:--
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