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New maintainer needed for NullDB

NullDB, for those who don’t know, is a null backend for ActiveRecord. Unlike RSpec’s stub_object, rather than raise an exception on DB access, will NullDB DB interactions simply become no-ops. This is handy for things like testing after_save hooks in isolation. Myron Marston has done a stellar job shepherding it through the Rails 3 transition, but […]

NullDB has a new maintainer

I am very pleased to announce that Myron Marston has taken over as maintainer of the NullDB project. The official home for NullDB is now: http://github.com/nulldb/nulldb Since I began the maintainer handover process a few weeks ago Myron has done a tremendous amount of work bringing much-needed updates to the project. Among other things, NullDB […]

Looking for a new NullDB maintainer

I love Open Source. NullDB, a weekend hack that I barely touched after its first version, continues to attract periodic forks and patches. For a long time I’ve been meaning to sit down and roll in all the contributions that people have made over the last couple of years. But I realized something yesterday. I […]

NullDB for DataMapper

The first Ruby library I ever released, and still the one I get the most emails about, is NullDB. NullDB is an ActiveRecord database adapter which simply turns every database operation into a no-op. It is useful for speeding up tests which don’t rely on the database, as well as verifying that they are, in […]

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