Originally posted on the Ruby on Rails Blog
Hey all! This is Daniel from Brooklyn, NY bringing you the latest news in Rails.
The database_exists? method does what you might think—it checks whether a database exists. This will help in resolving some inconsistencies between SQLite and the other database adapters.
Sharing is a beautiful thing. Since connection instances are likely to share table and column names, we can store them on the class instead of on each instance. Isn’t that nice?
Congratulations to Heinrich on their first commit to Rails!
Congratulations to Takayuki on their first commit to Rails!