~egtann/migrate

6c78f33d8cac56731ea271a1c6ee8663586450de — Evan Tann 11 months ago ccd7c96
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@@ 28,9 28,9 @@ which is above all else to guarantee consistent state. At the same time, it's
possible to write every "down" migration as an "up" migration: simply write the
migration to be performed as another explicit step in the database's history.

Thus, `migrate` eliminates the concept of directional migrations altogether. With
`migrate`, every migration is an "up" migration -- every migration moves you
forward in history, and consistency can always be reached.
Thus, `migrate` eliminates the concept of directional migrations altogether.
With `migrate`, every migration is an "up" migration -- every migration moves
you forward in history, and consistency can always be reached.

## Install



@@ 38,6 38,8 @@ forward in history, and consistency can always be reached.
go get github.com/egtann/migrate/cmd/migrate
```

The current version is v1, and the API is stable.

## Usage

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