I'm kicking the tires of DBIC. One thing that annoys me is that it uses camel case for table names. I tried to fix this by setting the 'naming' property to 'preserve' like so:

make_schema_at ( 'Schema', { debug => 1, dump_directory => '.', naming => { ALL => 'preserve' }, really_erase_my_files => 1, }, [$self->dsn, $self->db_user, $self->db_pass], );

No dice. How do I do it? Documentation here.

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In reply to DBIC: How to dump schema with underscores for table names instead of camel case? by nysus

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