Anyone here know Sequel, Postgres and used TSRANGE types? Great! How can I pass a Time range `(Time.now..Time.now+1)` directly to an instance of a Sequel::Model without wrapping it in Sequel.pg_range. I see there's an option to register types `DB.register_range_type('timerange')
hi guys. is it possible to (in a project using active support) instantiate an instance of Date without all of active_supports additions? Essentially: is it possible to load a vanilla core ruby class without monkey patches?
Why in rails 3.2 does an association with a join return instances of models which are read only? I haven't seen this before. Was this changed in Rails 4? Does returning readonly? => true instances make sense on a join?