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It seems like Rust software is bad
3 projects | dev.to | 16 Dec 2020
The 3 Crystal ORMs I've checked out, Granite, Clear, and Jennifer, are all 10k lines or less. Given Crystal's pragmatism-before-purity philosophy compared to Rust, I'd expect them to be a little briefer, but not that much.
Frustrations with Crystal ORMs
But now that Didact is released and I'm trying to refactor my own website's code to use it, I'm realizing even more inadequacies in the ORM library I'm currently using than I thought. Here are the inadequacies of Granite:
The "generate create table SQL from model definition" feature is not usable for my use case because it doesn't treat foreign keys at all, only basic fields and types. It actually doesn't even support NOT NULL columns right now except for the primary key, and my PR to fix that has been hanging for two weeks.
What are some alternatives?
jennifer - Crystal ORM using ActiveRecord pattern with flexible query DSL
crecto - Database wrapper and ORM for Crystal, inspired by Ecto
avram - A Crystal database wrapper for reading, writing, and migrating Postgres databases.
core - A delightful SQL ORM ☺️
active_record.cr - Active Record pattern implementation for Crystal.
stal-crystal - Set algebra solver for Redis
redis-tsv.cr - import and export data from Redis in TSV format