What was the name of the gem that finds all unindexed foreign keys?

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  • Annotate

    Annotate Rails classes with schema and routes info

    A gem that's pretty useful alongside this one is the annotation gem -- it prefixes models with their specific schema dump (as comments) and then updates those descriptive comments on migration. It's one of my go-to gems to install when I rotate onto a new-to-me Rails project (or start a new one) and I'm working to understand the data model.

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  • bullet

    help to kill N+1 queries and unused eager loading

  • immigrant

    Foreign key migration generator for Rails

    It's getting a little long in the tooth but was it immigrant? It writes a migration that adds missing foreign key constraints.

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