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    • Simon Chabot's avatar
      fix(rql): refactor GROUP_CONCAT so that it handles NULL values · 580b4af3476e
      Simon Chabot authored
      the previous GROUP_CONCAT was a Postgresql aggregative function which was
      trying to deduplicate the values of concatenated array.
      
      If the value was already in the array, the function was appending NULL to the
      array. What we want, is do nothing, and return the same array.
      
      #259
      
      NOTE: before that changeset, the suggested test fails as follow:
      
      >           self.assertEqual(list(firstnames_rset), [["Alice, Bob"]])
      E           AssertionError: Lists differ: [['Alice']] != [['Alice, Bob']]
      E
      E           First differing element 0:
      E           ['Alice']
      E           ['Alice, Bob']
      E
      E           - [['Alice']]
      E           + [['Alice, Bob']]
      E           ?         +++++
      
      
      Alice is duplicated, therefore, as explained in the ticket, it adds NULL add the
      end of the table, and then it refuses to add any values.
      580b4af3476e
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