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Hello all,

I got an error about a Sailor model.

Let's see the database structure:

create table entries
id integer primary key not null,
created datetime not null,
content text not null

Now, let me show how I have represented it in the Sailor model:

-- /models/entry.lua

local val = require('valua')
local M = {}

M.attributes = {
{id = 'safe'},
{created =},
{content =}

M.db = {
key = 'id',
table = 'entries'

return M

I did:
$ lua entry.lua

I got:

lua: /usr/local/share/lua/5.1/valua.lua:45: attempt to index local
'self' (a nil value)
stack traceback:
	/usr/local/share/lua/5.1/valua.lua:45: in function 'new'
	entry.lua:6: in main chunk
	[C]: ?

Accessing http://localhost:8080/entry/create, the error points to the
same line 6, in other words:
created =

The answer is that I don't know how to represent datetime values in
the Sailor model sintax.

Before an integer, I would do:
age =

Before a text, I would do:
name =

but what to do in the case of datetime values?

In Sqlite3, I have the option to define created as a datetime or a
timestamp, but, the doubt is the same in the both cases.

Best regards,

Luciano de Souza