This post is a minimal recipe for configuring Liquibase runner through the Gradle kotlin DSL.
Documenting a database schema is often an afterthought, even though it is really important esp. for onboarding new developers into the project. This post outlines a really straightforward approach to tackle this using tbls, liquibase & jOOQ.
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