v1 will be deprecated as soon as v2 is complete! Try v2: https://github.com/dsferruzza/simpleSqlParser/tree/v2
How to use
Import the JS file in your page:
Install the module from npm using
npm i simple-sql-parser --save.
Import the JS module in your app:
var simpleSqlParser = require('simple-sql-parser');
Parse a query:
var ast = simpleSqlParser.sql2ast('your SQL query'); console.log(ast);
Create a query from AST:
var query = simpleSqlParser.ast2sql(ast); console.log(query);
AST means Abstract Syntax Tree.
example.html(open brower's console)
- Have a look to the unit tests
tests/tests.jsto see what's possible
simpleSqlParser only supports these queries:
simpleSqlParser is not a full SQL parser! It only support few SQL mechanisms and keywords. Feel free to make a pull request/issue.
How to install dev tools
If you want to contribute, please write tests and respect the coding style.
To install dev tools:
- install Node.js (http://nodejs.org/)
- install grunt-cli globally:
npm i -g grunt-cli
- install dev dependencies:
gruntto check your code!
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