Rails and SQLite datatypes

I ran into a bit of a gotcha with using SQLite for Rails development this week. SQLite accepts the usual SQL datatype specifiers when you create a table (or in this case, it accepts the type provided via a Rails Migration) but it doesn’t enforce the type: for example you can insert a String into […]

RailsConf – radrails chat

I managed to have a bit of a chat with Matt Kent and Kyle Shank later. I asked them what they thought of the Aptana project, since it’s another Eclipse based IDE. Apparently Aptana has seven developers and VC funding, which I didn’t know – and they haven’t released any source code yet, despite claiming […]