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Fixed macOS build and 32-bit query support.
Minor refactoring/linter issues
As we queued up quite a few changes, we're doing a release candidate first for you to test:
Improved relations support
Custom value-converter to store unsupported types & structs that can't be inlined/prefixed
Recognize and handle type aliases and named types used as entity fields
New Box methods: CountMax(), IsEmpty(), Contains() and PutAsyncWithTimeout()
Query support AND & OR (combine conditions)
New Query methods: Limit, Offset
New Query methods: Set*Params (type-based) - to run a cached query with custom parameters
Query LT|GT|Between support for unsigned numbers
Support numeric string ID in the entity
string as a field type
Optional pass/return-by-value for slice-of-structs in the generated code
Change strings to use hash-based instead of value-based indexes by default
A new option to AlwaysAwaitAsync that can be enabled during initialization
New Query API
Box and Query do not require manual closing anymore
Support for renaming entities and their properties using UIDs
Fixed wrong mapping for Go types (u)int and (u)int8. Luckily we noticed this very early: if you used those types in previous versions, please delete old database files.
Transactions are now safely aborted in case of panics
Changed file name of generated code, e.g. file endings for model is now ".obx.go"
Foundation for all query conditions (final query API will come with the next version)
Put(object) now assigns the new id to the object itself
Initial public release