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Published: Oct 10, 2018 License: MIT Imports: 7 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package source provides the Source interface. All source drivers must implement this interface, register themselves, optionally provide a `WithInstance` function and pass the tests in package source/testing.

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Examples

Constants

This section is empty.

Variables

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var (
	DefaultParse = Parse
	DefaultRegex = Regex
)
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var (
	ErrParse = fmt.Errorf("no match")
)
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var Regex = regexp.MustCompile(`^([0-9]+)_(.*)\.(` + string(Down) + `|` + string(Up) + `)\.(.*)$`)

Regex matches the following pattern:

123_name.up.ext
123_name.down.ext

Functions

func List

func List() []string

List lists the registered drivers

func Register

func Register(name string, driver Driver)

Register globally registers a driver.

Types

type Direction

type Direction string

Direction is either up or down.

const (
	Down Direction = "down"
	Up   Direction = "up"
)

type Driver

type Driver interface {
	// Open returns a a new driver instance configured with parameters
	// coming from the URL string. Migrate will call this function
	// only once per instance.
	Open(url string) (Driver, error)

	// Close closes the underlying source instance managed by the driver.
	// Migrate will call this function only once per instance.
	Close() error

	// First returns the very first migration version available to the driver.
	// Migrate will call this function multiple times.
	// If there is no version available, it must return os.ErrNotExist.
	First() (version uint, err error)

	// Prev returns the previous version for a given version available to the driver.
	// Migrate will call this function multiple times.
	// If there is no previous version available, it must return os.ErrNotExist.
	Prev(version uint) (prevVersion uint, err error)

	// Next returns the next version for a given version available to the driver.
	// Migrate will call this function multiple times.
	// If there is no next version available, it must return os.ErrNotExist.
	Next(version uint) (nextVersion uint, err error)

	// ReadUp returns the UP migration body and an identifier that helps
	// finding this migration in the source for a given version.
	// If there is no up migration available for this version,
	// it must return os.ErrNotExist.
	// Do not start reading, just return the ReadCloser!
	ReadUp(version uint) (r io.ReadCloser, identifier string, err error)

	// ReadDown returns the DOWN migration body and an identifier that helps
	// finding this migration in the source for a given version.
	// If there is no down migration available for this version,
	// it must return os.ErrNotExist.
	// Do not start reading, just return the ReadCloser!
	ReadDown(version uint) (r io.ReadCloser, identifier string, err error)
}

Driver is the interface every source driver must implement.

How to implement a source driver?

1. Implement this interface.
2. Optionally, add a function named `WithInstance`.
   This function should accept an existing source instance and a Config{} struct
   and return a driver instance.
3. Add a test that calls source/testing.go:Test()
4. Add own tests for Open(), WithInstance() (when provided) and Close().
   All other functions are tested by tests in source/testing.
   Saves you some time and makes sure all source drivers behave the same way.
5. Call Register in init().

Guidelines:

* All configuration input must come from the URL string in func Open()
  or the Config{} struct in WithInstance. Don't os.Getenv().
* Drivers are supposed to be read only.
* Ideally don't load any contents (into memory) in Open or WithInstance.
Example
// see source/stub for an example

// source/stub/stub.go has the driver implementation
// source/stub/stub_test.go runs source/testing/test.go:Test
Output:

func Open

func Open(url string) (Driver, error)

Open returns a new driver instance.

type Migration

type Migration struct {
	// Version is the version of this migration.
	Version uint

	// Identifier can be any string that helps identifying
	// this migration in the source.
	Identifier string

	// Direction is either Up or Down.
	Direction Direction

	// Raw holds the raw location path to this migration in source.
	// ReadUp and ReadDown will use this.
	Raw string
}

Migration is a helper struct for source drivers that need to build the full directory tree in memory. Migration is fully independent from migrate.Migration.

func Parse

func Parse(raw string) (*Migration, error)

Parse returns Migration for matching Regex pattern.

type Migrations

type Migrations struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Migrations wraps Migration and has an internal index to keep track of Migration order.

func NewMigrations

func NewMigrations() *Migrations

func (*Migrations) Append

func (i *Migrations) Append(m *Migration) (ok bool)

func (*Migrations) Down

func (i *Migrations) Down(version uint) (m *Migration, ok bool)

func (*Migrations) First

func (i *Migrations) First() (version uint, ok bool)

func (*Migrations) Next

func (i *Migrations) Next(version uint) (nextVersion uint, ok bool)

func (*Migrations) Prev

func (i *Migrations) Prev(version uint) (prevVersion uint, ok bool)

func (*Migrations) Up

func (i *Migrations) Up(version uint) (m *Migration, ok bool)

Directories

Path Synopsis
Package vfs contains a driver that reads migrations from a virtual file system.
Package vfs contains a driver that reads migrations from a virtual file system.
Package testing has the source tests.
Package testing has the source tests.

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