fixes bug when using dot in as identifier #1181
I've encountered what I think is a bug on the formatting of SQL statements. Take the following example:
var knex = require('knex')(config); console.log(knex.select('id as foo.bar').from('users').toSQL());
This would print
like trying to access a field in the alias but instead should be formatted as
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