On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 2:53:01 PM UTC-7, Ransom Briggs wrote:
>
> I have a query where I do some pre processing with a Set to eliminate 
> duplicates and am converting to an array to avoid this error.
>
> *** Sequel::Error Exception: can't express #<Set: {}> as a SQL literal
>
> I peeked at the code and adding it as a supported type did not look too 
> hard.  If I put together a PR, would this be something of interest?
>

No. Set is in ruby stdlib, but not in ruby core and not required by sequel 
itself, so I don't think it is appropriate to add.  This is something 
should be added as an external extension if you would like others to be 
able to use it.

Thanks,
Jeremy

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