Agnostic Database Migrations
Agnostic is a light-weight, easy-to-learn, and flexible database migration tool in which migration scripts are written in pure SQL. It is agnostic towards database, programming language, and object relational mapper (ORM).
Super Quick Start
Here is an absurdly brief introduction to Agnostic:
~/myapp $ mkdir migrations ~/myapp $ agnostic -t postgres -u myuser -d mydb bootstrap Migration table created. ~/myapp $ cat > migrations/add_cell_phone.sql ALTER TABLE customer ADD cell_phone VARCHAR(255); ^D ~/myapp $ cat > migrations/add_nickname.sql ALTER TABLE customer ADD nickname VARCHAR(255); ^D ~/myapp $ agnostic -t postgres -u myuser -d mydb migrate Backing up "mydb" to "/tmp/tmpm8glpgaa". About to run 2 migrations in "mydb": * Running migration add_cell_phone (1/2) * Running migration add_nickname (2/2) Migrations completed successfully. Removing backup "/tmp/tmpm8glpgaa".
For a not-quite-as-quick-but-still-pretty-quick start, please refer to the full documentation.
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