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SQLint - a simple SQL linter

About

SQLint is a simple command-line linter which reads your SQL files and reports any syntax errors or warnings it finds.

At this stage, SQLint checks SQL against the ANSI syntax, and uses the PostgreSQL SQL parser to achieve this. SQLint does not have support for non-standard SQL variants (e.g. MySQL), but contributions are welcome.

Installation

SQLint is currently provided as a ruby gem: you can install it using the following command:

gem install sqlint

Usage

To check the syntax of a file containing SQL, simply pass the filename to sqlint on the command line:

sqlint filename.sql

In the absence of a filename, sqlint reads from standard input.

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Support for sqlint is provided for the following editors:

Using with pre-commit

Add this to your .pre-commit-hooks.yaml:

-   repo: https://github.com/purcell/sqlint
    rev: master
    hooks:
    -   id: sqlint

Authors

This software was written by Steve Purcell and Kieran Trezona-le Comte.

License and copyright

Copyright 2015-2018 Powershop NZ Ltd. Copyright 2018-2021 Steve Purcell. MIT license.


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