Module: Squeel::Adapters::ActiveRecord::RelationExtensions

Defined in:
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/3.1/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/3.2/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.2/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.0/relation_extensions.rb,
lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/3.0/relation_extensions.rb

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: WhereChainCompatibility

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Attribute Details

#join_dependencyObject

Returns a JoinDependency for the current relation.

We don't need to clear out @join_dependency by overriding #reset, because the default #reset already does this, despite never setting it anywhere that I can find. Serendipity, I say!



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 16

def join_dependency
  @join_dependency ||= (
    build_join_dependency(
      Arel::SelectManager.new(table.engine, table),
      joins_values
    ) && @join_dependency
  )
end

#reverse_order_valueObject (private)

Returns the value of attribute reverse_order_value



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.2/relation_extensions.rb', line 10

def reverse_order_value
  @reverse_order_value
end

#stashed_join_dependenciesObject (private)

Returns the value of attribute stashed_join_dependencies



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 8

def stashed_join_dependencies
  @stashed_join_dependencies
end

Class Method Details

.included(base) ⇒ Object

ZOMG ALIAS_METHOD_CHAIN IS BELOW. HIDE YOUR EYES! … … … Since you're still looking, let me explain this horrible transgression you see before you.

You see, Relation#where_values_hash is defined on the ActiveRecord::Relation class, itself.

Since it's defined there, but I would very much like to modify its behavior, I have three choices:

  1. Inherit from ActiveRecord::Relation in a Squeel::Relation class, and make an attempt to usurp all of the various calls to methods on ActiveRecord::Relation by doing some really evil stuff with constant reassignment, all for the sake of being able to use super().

  2. Submit a patch to Rails core, breaking this method off into another module, all for my own selfish desire to use super() while mucking about in Rails internals.

  3. Use alias_method_chain, and say 10 hail Hanssons as penance.

I opted to go with #3. Except for the hail Hansson thing. Unless you're DHH, in which case, I totally said them.

If you'd like to read more about alias_method_chain, see erniemiller.org/2011/02/03/when-to-use-alias_method_chain/



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 388

def self.included(base)
  base.class_eval do
    alias_method_chain :where_values_hash, :squeel
  end
end

Instance Method Details

#attrs_to_orderings(order) ⇒ Object

reverse_sql_order will reverse the order of strings or Orderings, but not attributes



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 69

def attrs_to_orderings(order)
  order.map do |o|
    Arel::Attribute === o ? o.asc : o
  end
end

#build_arelObject



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/3.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 8

def build_arel
  arel = table.from table

  build_join_dependency(arel, @joins_values) unless @joins_values.empty?

  collapse_wheres(arel, where_visit((@where_values - ['']).uniq))

  arel.having(*having_visit(@having_values.uniq.reject{|h| h.blank?})) unless @having_values.empty?

  arel.take(connection.sanitize_limit(@limit_value)) if @limit_value
  arel.skip(@offset_value) if @offset_value

  arel.group(*group_visit(@group_values.uniq.reject{|g| g.blank?})) unless @group_values.empty?

  order = @reorder_value ? @reorder_value : @order_values
  order = order_visit(order.uniq)
  order = reverse_sql_order(attrs_to_orderings(order)) if @reverse_order_value
  arel.order(*order.uniq.reject{|o| o.blank?}) unless order.empty?

  build_select(arel, select_visit(@select_values.uniq))

  arel.from(from_visit(@from_value)) if @from_value
  arel.lock(@lock_value) if @lock_value

  arel
end

#build_fromObject



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 210

def build_from
  opts, name = from_visit(from_value)
  case opts
  when ::ActiveRecord::Relation
    name ||= 'subquery'
    self.bind_values = opts.bind_values + self.bind_values
    opts.arel.as(name.to_s)
  when ::Arel::SelectManager
    name ||= 'subquery'
    opts.as(name.to_s)
  else
    opts
  end
end

#build_join_dependency(relation, joins) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 106

def build_join_dependency(manager, joins)
  buckets = joins.group_by do |join|
    case join
    when String
      :string_join
    when Hash, Symbol, Array, Nodes::Stub, Nodes::Join, Nodes::KeyPath
      :association_join
    when JoinAssociation
      :stashed_join
    when Arel::Nodes::Join
      :join_node
    when Nodes::SubqueryJoin
      :subquery_join
    else
      raise 'unknown class: %s' % join.class.name
    end
  end

  association_joins         = buckets[:association_join] || []
  stashed_association_joins = buckets[:stashed_join] || []
  join_nodes                = (buckets[:join_node] || []).uniq
  subquery_joins            = (buckets[:subquery_join] || []).uniq
  string_joins              = (buckets[:string_join] || []).map { |x|
    x.strip
  }.uniq

  join_list = join_nodes + custom_join_ast(manager, string_joins)

  # All of that duplication just to do this...
  self.join_dependency = JoinDependency.new(
    @klass,
    association_joins,
    join_list
  )

  join_dependency.graft(*stashed_association_joins)

  @implicit_readonly = true unless association_joins.empty? && stashed_association_joins.empty?

  join_dependency.join_associations.each do |association|
    association.join_to(manager)
  end

  manager.join_sources.concat(join_list)
  manager.join_sources.concat(build_join_from_subquery(subquery_joins))

  manager
end

#build_join_from_subquery(subquery_joins) ⇒ Object (private)



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 409

def build_join_from_subquery(subquery_joins)
  subquery_joins.map do |join|
    join.type.new(
      Arel::Nodes::TableAlias.new(
        Arel::Nodes::Grouping.new(join.subquery.left.arel.ast),
        join.subquery.right),
      Arel::Nodes::On.new(where_visit(join.constraints))
    )
  end
end

#build_joinsObject



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 155

def build_join_dependency(manager, joins)
  buckets = joins.group_by do |join|
    case join
    when String
      :string_join
    when Hash, Symbol, Array, Nodes::Stub, Nodes::Join, Nodes::KeyPath
      :association_join
    when JoinAssociation
      :stashed_join
    when Arel::Nodes::Join
      :join_node
    when Nodes::SubqueryJoin
      :subquery_join
    else
      raise 'unknown class: %s' % join.class.name
    end
  end

  association_joins         = buckets[:association_join] || []
  stashed_association_joins = buckets[:stashed_join] || []
  join_nodes                = (buckets[:join_node] || []).uniq
  subquery_joins            = (buckets[:subquery_join] || []).uniq
  string_joins              = (buckets[:string_join] || []).map { |x|
    x.strip
  }.uniq

  join_list = join_nodes + custom_join_ast(manager, string_joins)

  # All of that duplication just to do this...
  self.join_dependency = JoinDependency.new(
    @klass,
    association_joins,
    join_list
  )

  join_dependency.graft(*stashed_association_joins)

  @implicit_readonly = true unless association_joins.empty? && stashed_association_joins.empty?

  join_dependency.join_associations.each do |association|
    association.join_to(manager)
  end

  manager.join_sources.concat(join_list)
  manager.join_sources.concat(build_join_from_subquery(subquery_joins))

  manager
end

#build_order(arel) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 225

def build_order(arel)
  orders = order_visit(dehashified_order_values)
  orders = orders.uniq.reject(&:blank?)
  orders = reverse_sql_order(orders) if reverse_order_value && !reordering_value

  arel.order(*orders) unless orders.empty?
end

#build_select(arel) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 233

def build_select(arel)
  if select_values.any?
    arel.project(*select_visit(select_values.uniq))
  else
    arel.project(@klass.arel_table[Arel.star])
  end
end

#build_where(opts, other = []) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 251

def build_where(opts, other = [])
  case opts
  when String, Array
    super
  else  # Let's prevent PredicateBuilder from doing its thing
    [opts, *other].map do |arg|
      case arg
      when Array  # Just in case there's an array in there somewhere
        @klass.send(:sanitize_sql, arg)
      when Hash
        @klass.send(:expand_hash_conditions_for_aggregates, arg)
      else
        arg
      end
    end
  end
end

#collapse_wheres(arel, wheres) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 269

def collapse_wheres(arel, wheres)
  wheres = Array(wheres)
  binaries = wheres.grep(Arel::Nodes::Binary)

  groups = binaries.group_by {|b| [b.class, b.left]}

  arel.where(Arel::Nodes::And.new(groups.map{|_, bins| bins}.flatten)) if groups.any?

  (wheres - binaries).each do |where|
    where = Arel.sql(where) if String === where
    arel.where(Arel::Nodes::Grouping.new(where))
  end
end

#debug_sqlObject

Simulate the logic that occurs in #to_a

This will let us get a dump of the SQL that will be run against the DB for debug purposes without actually running the query.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 347

def debug_sql
  if eager_loading?
    including = (eager_load_values + includes_values).uniq
    join_dependency = JoinDependency.new(@klass, including, [])
    construct_relation_for_association_find(join_dependency).to_sql
  else
    arel.to_sql
  end
end

#dehashified_order_valuesObject (private)



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 291

def dehashified_order_values
  order_values.map { |o|
    if Hash === o && o.values.all? { |v| [:asc, :desc].include?(v) }
      o.map { |field, dir| table[field].send(dir) }
    else
      o
    end
  }
end

#eager_load(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 173

def eager_load(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#execute_grouped_calculation(operation, column_name, distinct) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 437

def execute_grouped_calculation(operation, column_name, distinct)
  arel = Arel::SelectManager.new(table.engine, table)
  build_join_dependency(arel, joins_values.flatten) unless joins_values.empty?
  self.group_values = group_visit(group_values.uniq.reject{|g| g.blank?}) unless group_values.empty?
  super
end

#expand_attrs_from_hash(opts) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 280

def expand_attrs_from_hash(opts)
  opts = ::ActiveRecord::PredicateBuilder.resolve_column_aliases(klass, opts)
  attributes = @klass.send(:expand_hash_conditions_for_aggregates, opts)

  attributes.values.grep(::ActiveRecord::Relation) do |rel|
    self.bind_values += rel.bind_values
  end

  attributes
end

#find_equality_predicates(nodes, relation_table_name = table_name) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 283

def find_equality_predicates(nodes, relation_table_name = table_name)
  nodes.map { |node|
    case node
    when Arel::Nodes::Equality
      if node.left.respond_to?(:relation) &&
        node.left.relation.name == relation_table_name
        node
      end
    when Arel::Nodes::Grouping
      find_equality_predicates([node.expr])
    when Arel::Nodes::And
      find_equality_predicates(node.children)
    else
      nil
    end
  }.compact.flatten
end

#flatten_nodes(nodes) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 301

def flatten_nodes(nodes)
  nodes.map { |node|
    case node
    when Array
      flatten_nodes(node)
    when Nodes::And
      flatten_nodes(node.children)
    when Nodes::Grouping
      flatten_nodes(node.expr)
    else
      node
    end
  }.flatten
end

#from(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 243

def from(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#group(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 195

def group(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#having(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 235

def having(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#includes(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 157

def includes(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#joins(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 219

def joins(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#merge(r, equalities_resolved = false) ⇒ Object

We need to be able to support merging two relations without having to get our hooks too deeply into Active Record. That proves to be easier said than done. I hate Relation#merge. If Squeel has a nemesis, Relation#merge would be it.

Whatever code you see here currently is my current best attempt at coexisting peacefully with said nemesis.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 40

def merge(r, equalities_resolved = false)
  if ::ActiveRecord::Relation === r && !equalities_resolved
    if self.table_name != r.table_name
      super(r.visited)
    else
      merge_resolving_duplicate_squeel_equalities(r)
    end
  else
    super(r)
  end
end

#merge_resolving_duplicate_squeel_equalities(r) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 316

def merge_resolving_duplicate_squeel_equalities(r)
  left = clone
  right = r.clone
  left.where_values = flatten_nodes(left.where_values)
  right.where_values = flatten_nodes(right.where_values)
  right_equalities = right.where_values.select do |obj|
    Nodes::Predicate === obj && obj.method_name == :eq
  end
  right.where_values -= right_equalities
  left.where_values = resolve_duplicate_squeel_equalities(
    left.where_values + right_equalities
  )
  left.merge(right, true)
end

#order(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 203

def order(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#order!(*args) ⇒ Object

This is copied directly from 4.0.0's implementation, but adds an extra exclusion for Squeel::Nodes::Node to fix #248. Can be removed if/when rails/rails#11439 is merged.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.0/relation_extensions.rb', line 151

def order!(*args)
  args.flatten!
  validate_order_args args

  references = args.reject { |arg|
    Arel::Node === arg || Squeel::Nodes::Node === arg
  }
  references.map! { |arg| arg =~ /^([a-zA-Z]\w*)\.(\w+)/ && $1 }.compact!
  references!(references) if references.any?

  # if a symbol is given we prepend the quoted table name
  args = args.map { |arg|
    arg.is_a?(Symbol) ?
      Arel::Nodes::Ascending.new(klass.arel_table[arg]) :
      arg
  }

  self.order_values += args
  self
end

#preload(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 165

def preload(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#preprocess_attrs_with_ar(attributes) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 420

def preprocess_attrs_with_ar(attributes)
  attributes.map do |key, value|
    case key
      when Squeel::Nodes::Node
        {key => value}
      when Symbol
        if value.is_a?(Hash)
          {key => value}
        else
          ::ActiveRecord::PredicateBuilder.build_from_hash(klass, {key => value}, table)
        end
      else
        ::ActiveRecord::PredicateBuilder.build_from_hash(klass, {key => value}, table)
      end
  end
end

#reorder(*args) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 211

def reorder(*args)
  if block_given? && args.empty?
    super(DSL.eval &Proc.new)
  else
    super
  end
end

#resetObject



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 11

def reset
  @stashed_join_dependencies = nil
  super
end

#resolve_duplicate_squeel_equalities(wheres) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 331

def resolve_duplicate_squeel_equalities(wheres)
  seen = {}
  wheres.reverse.reject { |n|
    nuke = false
    if Nodes::Predicate === n && n.method_name == :eq
      nuke       = seen[n.expr]
      seen[n.expr] = true
    end
    nuke
  }.reverse
end

#reverse_order!Object

We are using 4.1 version of reverse_order! Because 4.2 reverse the order immediately before build_order



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.2/relation_extensions.rb', line 15

def reverse_order!
  self.reverse_order_value = !reverse_order_value
  self
end

#reverse_sql_order(order_query) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 63

def reverse_sql_order(order_query)
  return super if order_query.empty?

  order_query.flat_map do |o|
    case o
      when Arel::Attributes::Attribute
        Arel::Nodes::Ascending.new(o).reverse
      else
        super
      end
  end
end

#select(value = Proc.new) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 181

def select(value = Proc.new)
  if block_given? && Proc === value
    if value.arity > 0 || (Squeel.sane_arity? && value.arity < 0)
      to_a.select {|*block_args| value.call(*block_args)}
    else
      relation = clone
      relation.select_values += Array.wrap(DSL.eval &value)
      relation
    end
  else
    super
  end
end

#select_for_countObject

So, building a select for a count query in Active Record is pretty heavily dependent on select_values containing strings. I'd initially expected that I could just hack together a fix to select_for_count and everything would fall in line, but unfortunately, pretty much everything from that point on in ActiveRecord::Calculations#perform_calculation expects the column to be a string, or at worst, a symbol.

In the long term, I would like to refactor the code in Rails core, but for now, I'm going to settle for this hack that tries really hard to coerce things to a string.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 86

def select_for_count
  visited_values = select_visit(select_values.uniq)
  if visited_values.size == 1
    select = visited_values.first

    str_select = case select
    when String
      select
    when Symbol
      select.to_s
    else
      select.to_sql if select.respond_to?(:to_sql)
    end

    str_select if str_select && str_select !~ /[,*]/
  else
    :all
  end
end

#to_sql_with_binding_paramsObject



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 255

def to_sql_with_binding_params
  @to_sql ||= begin
    relation   = self
    connection = klass.connection

    if eager_loading?
      find_with_associations { |rel| relation = rel }
    end

    ast   = relation.arel.ast
    binds = relation.bind_values.dup

    visitor = connection.visitor.clone
    visitor.class_eval do
      include ::Arel::Visitors::BindVisitor
    end

    visitor.accept(ast) do
      connection.quote(*binds.shift.reverse)
    end
  end
end

#visit!Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 56

def visit!
  self.where_values = where_visit((where_values - ['']).uniq)
  self.having_values = having_visit(having_values.uniq.reject{|h| h.blank?})
  # FIXME: AR barfs on Arel attributes in group_values. Workaround?
  # self.group_values = group_visit(group_values.uniq.reject{|g| g.blank?})
  self.order_values = order_visit(order_values.uniq.reject{|o| o.blank?})
  self.select_values = select_visit(select_values.uniq)

  self
end

#visitedObject

We don't need to call with_default_scope in AR 3.0.x. In fact, since there is no with_default_scope in 3.0.x, that'd be pretty dumb.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/3.0/relation_extensions.rb', line 19

def visited
  with_default_scope.visit!
end

#where(opts = :chain, *rest) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 227

def where(opts = Proc.new, *rest)
  if block_given? && Proc === opts
    super(DSL.eval &opts)
  else
    super
  end
end

#where_unscoping(target_value) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/4.1/relation_extensions.rb', line 45

def where_unscoping(target_value)
  target_value = target_value.to_s

  where_values.reject! do |rel|
    case rel
    when Arel::Nodes::In, Arel::Nodes::NotIn, Arel::Nodes::Equality, Arel::Nodes::NotEqual
      subrelation = (rel.left.kind_of?(Arel::Attributes::Attribute) ? rel.left : rel.right)
      subrelation.name == target_value
    when Hash
      rel.stringify_keys.has_key?(target_value)
    when Squeel::Nodes::Predicate
      rel.expr.symbol.to_s == target_value if rel.expr.respond_to?(:symbol)
    end
  end

  bind_values.reject! { |col,_| col.name == target_value }
end

#where_values_hash_with_squeelObject

where_values_hash is used in scope_for_create. It's what allows new records to be created with any equality values that exist in your model's default scope. We hijack it in order to dig down into And and Grouping nodes, which are equivalent to seeing top-level Equality nodes in stock AR terms.



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# File 'lib/squeel/adapters/active_record/relation_extensions.rb', line 399

def where_values_hash_with_squeel(relation_table_name = table_name)
  equalities = find_equality_predicates(where_visit(with_default_scope.where_values), relation_table_name)
  binds = Hash[bind_values.find_all(&:first).map { |column, v| [column.name, v] }]

  Hash[equalities.map { |where|
    name = where.left.name
    [name, binds.fetch(name.to_s) { where.right }]
  }]
end