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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Description

      Up and down operations should only put commands on a stack that is then executed after up() or down() have been processed.

      Currently there are two implicit stacks:

      1. addSql()
      2. The changes done to the $schema instance.

      With DMIG-26 $schema is an explicit change that adds to a stack.

      This should be unified to be one single stack called "operations" and they should be linearly processed.

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        Description Up and down operations should only put commands on a stack that is then executed after up() or down() have been processed.

        Currently there are two implicit stacks:

        1. addSql()
        2. The changes done to the $schema instance.

        With DMIG-28 $schema is an explicit change that adds to a stack.

        This should be unified to be one single stack called "operations" and they should be linearly processed.
        Up and down operations should only put commands on a stack that is then executed after up() or down() have been processed.

        Currently there are two implicit stacks:

        1. addSql()
        2. The changes done to the $schema instance.

        With DMIG-26 $schema is an explicit change that adds to a stack.

        This should be unified to be one single stack called "operations" and they should be linearly processed.

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            Benjamin Eberlei
            Reporter:
            Benjamin Eberlei
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