As I research Rust and plan for my project, I am looking into ORMs and it seems to me that Diesel is the most complete from a functional perspective, meaning that it has functional migrations, can craft queries on its own and has a reasonable system for defining entities. Speaking in C# terms, it seems to be between Dapper (You build the query, it maps the results) and Entity Framework Core (You don't write any SQL at all, even DDL is generated for you). Am I reading that correctly? Also, what other ORMs are available now or will be soon that may give me more SQL Code generation based on entities and repositories?
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