sails-migrations - The missing, migrations, arm of the octopus

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sails-migrations provides an easy way to manage database migrations with sails, based on the amazing https://github.com/tgriesser/knex lib. This means you can have fine-grained control over your schema/data transformations between versions. sails-migrations supports sails versions 0.9X up to 0.11.2, for both MySQL & PostgreSQL.

https://github.com/BlueHotDog/sails-migrations

Dependencies:

bluebird : 1.1.1
chalk : 0.5.1
cli-table : 0.3.1
commander : 2.6.0
interpret : 0.3.7
knex : ^0.13.0
liftoff : ^2.2.1
lodash : 2.4
optimist : 0.6.1
tildify : 1.0.0

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