🚀 This release is a continuation of the improvements in the query builder APIs:
ViewQueryBuilderimproved similarly to
GetManyDocumentsQueryBuilder(#46), implements #44.
GetManyDocumentsQueryBuilder.byTypenow allows specifying a permanent view (#49, #50), fixes #48 and #45.
🚚 Our plan is to remove the deprecated methods in 0.8.0.
🚀 The main change in this release is a new API for querying multiple documents that uses the fluent interface pattern instead of multiple overloaded
queryXmethods, which was proposed and implemented by @ermyas. Examples:
🚚 The old API is currently deprecated and will be removed in 0.8.0.
🚀 This release also introduces (#31) a way to fetch multiple documents by type defined in your
document.getMany.queryIncludeDocs[T], which fails when the database contains documents of different types (fixes #19). Example:
awaitRight(documents.createMany(Seq(fixProfessorX, fixMagneto))) documents.getMany.byType[(String, String), String, FixXPerson](FixViews.typeFilterView) .build.query
Other notable changes:
Query.temporaryView: create and execute a temporary view (#26), implements #21.
Documents.create: a new overload that allows creating a document with multiple attachments (#28, #29), implements #22.
- ⚡️ Updated dependencies: Scala 2.11.8, scalaz 7.2.1, http4s 0.13.0a, upickle 0.3.9, monocle 1.2.0, log4s 1.2.1, and others.
🚀 This release contains 3 new features implemented by @ermyas:
Documents.createMany: creating multiple documents with specified IDs (#18), which addresses #16.
Documents.getMany.queryIncludeDocsAllowMissing: getting multiple documents by IDs allowing some documents to not be present (#17), which addresses #15.
View.queryWithReduce: querying views with a reduce function (#20), which addresses #12.
🚀 This is a minor release, which fixes #1:
Lenses._couchDocis now of type
PLens, which allows changing the document type from
A few case classes in
Modelhave been renamed for clarity:
CouchAttachmenthas been renamed to
🚀 This is the first public release of couchdb-scala. The artifact should shortly appear on Maven Central. The APIs should still be considered unstable and subject to change. Please feel free to report any issues that you face or suggestions for improvements.