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Holds common methods for migrations. It assumes that migrations has the [0-9]*_name format and can be used by another frameworks (like Sequel) just by implementing the next migration version method.

Namespace
Methods
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Attributes
[R] migration_class_name
[R] migration_file_name
[R] migration_number
Instance Public methods
create_migration(destination, data, config = {}, &block)
# File railties/lib/rails/generators/migration.rb, line 33
def create_migration(destination, data, config = {}, &block)
  action Rails::Generators::Actions::CreateMigration.new(self, destination, block || data.to_s, config)
end
migration_template(source, destination, config = {})

Creates a migration template at the given destination. The difference to the default template method is that the migration version is appended to the destination file name.

The migration version, migration file name, migration class name are available as instance variables in the template to be rendered.

migration_template "migration.rb", "db/migrate/add_foo_to_bar.rb"
# File railties/lib/rails/generators/migration.rb, line 54
def migration_template(source, destination, config = {})
  source  = File.expand_path(find_in_source_paths(source.to_s))

  set_migration_assigns!(destination)
  context = instance_eval('binding')

  dir, base = File.split(destination)
  numbered_destination = File.join(dir, ["%migration_number%", base].join('_'))

  create_migration numbered_destination, nil, config do
    ERB.new(::File.binread(source), nil, '-', '@output_buffer').result(context)
  end
end
set_migration_assigns!(destination)
# File railties/lib/rails/generators/migration.rb, line 37
def set_migration_assigns!(destination)
  destination = File.expand_path(destination, self.destination_root)

  migration_dir = File.dirname(destination)
  @migration_number     = self.class.next_migration_number(migration_dir)
  @migration_file_name  = File.basename(destination, '.rb')
  @migration_class_name = @migration_file_name.camelize
end