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ABSTRACT pgFormatter - PostgreSQL SQL syntax beautifier DESCRIPTION This SQL formatter/beautifier supports keywords from SQL-92, SQL-99, SQL-2003, SQL-2008, SQL-2011 and PostgreSQL specifics keywords. May works with any other databases too. pgFormatter can work as a console program or as a CGI. It will automatically detect his environment and output as text or as HTML following the context. Keywords highlighting will only be available in CGI context. Terminal/console execution Usage: pg_format [options] file.sql [...] PostgreSQL SQL queries and PL/PGSQL code beautifier. Arguments: file.sql can be a file or use - to send a query using stdin. Use a single dot in a line to terminate the stdin input or EOF. Returning the SQL formatted to stdout or into a file specified with the -o | --output option. Options: -a | --anonymize : obscure all literals in queries, useful to hide confidential data before formatting. -d | --debug : enable debug mode. Disabled by default. -f | --function-case N: Change the case of the reserved keyword. Default is unchanged: 0. Values: 0=>unchanged, 1=>lowercase, 2=>uppercase, 3=>capitalize. -h | --help : show this message and exit. -m | --maxlength SIZE : maximum length of a query, it will be cut above the given size. Default: no truncate. -n | --nocomment : remove any comment from SQL code. -o | --output file : define the filename for the output. Default: stdout. -s | --spaces size : change space indent, default 4 spaces. -u | --keyword-case N : Change the case of the reserved keyword. Default is uppercase: 2. Values: 0=>unchanged, 1=>lowercase, 2=>uppercase, 3=>capitalize. -v | --version : show pg_format version and exit. Examples: cat samples/ex1.sql | /usr/local/bin/pg_format - /usr/local/bin/pg_format -n samples/ex1.sql /usr/local/bin/pg_format -f 2 -n samples/ex1.sql -o result.sql CGI context Install pg_format into your cgi-bin folder, grant execution on it as a CGI script (maybe you should add the .cgi extension) and get it from your favorite browser. You have a live example without limitation than ten thousand characters in your SQL query here: http://sqlformat.darold.net/ pg_format will automatically detected that it is running in a CGI environment and will output all html code needed to run an online code formatter site. There's nothing more to do. INSTALLATION Download the tarball from github and unpack the archive as follow: tar xzf pgFormatter-x.x.tar.gz cd pgFormatter-x.x/ perl Makefile.PL make && sudo make install This will copy the Perl script pg_format in /usr/local/bin/pg_format directory by default and the man page into /usr/local/share/man/man1/pg_format.1. Those are the default installation directory for 'site' install. If you want to install all under /usr/ location, use INSTALLDIRS='perl' as argument of Makefile.PL. The script will be installed into /usr/bin/pg_format and the manpage into /usr/share/man/man1/pg_format.1. For example, to install everything just like Debian does, proceed as follow: perl Makefile.PL INSTALLDIRS=vendor By default INSTALLDIRS is set to site. AUTHORS pgFormatter is an original work from Gilles Darold COPYRIGHT Copyright 2012-2015 Gilles Darold. All rights reserved. LICENSE pgFormatter is free software distributed under the PostgreSQL Licence. A modified version of the SQL::Beautify Perl Module is embedded in pgFormatter with copyright (C) 2009 by Jonas Kramer and is published under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0.