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" Vim OMNI completion script for SQL
" Language: SQL
" Maintainer: David Fishburn <dfishburn dot vim at gmail dot com>
" Version: 12.0
" Last Change: 2012 Feb 08
" Usage: For detailed help
" ":help sql.txt"
" or ":help ft-sql-omni"
" or read $VIMRUNTIME/doc/sql.txt
" History
" Version 12.0
" - Partial column name completion did not work when a table
" name or table alias was provided (Jonas Enberg).
" - Improved the handling of column completion. First we match any
" columns from a previous completion. If not matches are found, we
" consider the partial name to be a table or table alias for the
" query and attempt to match on it.
"
" Version 11.0
" Added g:omni_sql_default_compl_type variable
" - You can specify which type of completion to default to
" when pressing <C-X><C-O>. The entire list of available
" choices can be found in the calls to sqlcomplete#Map in:
" ftplugin/sql.vim
"
" Version 10.0
" Updated PreCacheSyntax()
" - Now returns a List of the syntax items it finds.
" This allows other plugins / scripts to use this list for their own
" purposes. In this case XPTemplate can use them for a Choose list.
" - Verifies the parameters are the correct type and displays a
" warning if not.
" - Verifies the parameters are the correct type and displays a
" warning if not.
" Updated SQLCWarningMsg()
" - Prepends warning message with SQLComplete so you know who issued
" the warning.
" Updated SQLCErrorMsg()
" - Prepends error message with SQLComplete so you know who issued
" the error.
"
" Version 9.0
" This change removes some of the support for tables with spaces in their
" names in order to simplify the regexes used to pull out query table
" aliases for more robust table name and column name code completion.
" Full support for "table names with spaces" can be added in again
" after 7.3.
"
" Version 8.0
" Incorrectly re-executed the g:ftplugin_sql_omni_key_right and g:ftplugin_sql_omni_key_left
" when drilling in and out of a column list for a table.
"
" Version 7.0
" Better handling of object names
"
" Version 6.0
" Supports object names with spaces "my table name"
"
" Set completion with CTRL-X CTRL-O to autoloaded function.
" This check is in place in case this script is
" sourced directly instead of using the autoload feature.
if exists('&omnifunc')
" Do not set the option if already set since this
" results in an E117 warning.
if &omnifunc == ""
setlocal omnifunc=sqlcomplete#Complete
endif
endif
if exists('g:loaded_sql_completion')
finish
endif
let g:loaded_sql_completion = 120
" Maintains filename of dictionary
let s:sql_file_table = ""
let s:sql_file_procedure = ""
let s:sql_file_view = ""
" Define various arrays to be used for caching
let s:tbl_name = []
let s:tbl_alias = []
let s:tbl_cols = []
let s:syn_list = []
let s:syn_value = []
" Used in conjunction with the syntaxcomplete plugin
let s:save_inc = ""
let s:save_exc = ""
if exists('g:omni_syntax_group_include_sql')
let s:save_inc = g:omni_syntax_group_include_sql
endif
if exists('g:omni_syntax_group_exclude_sql')
let s:save_exc = g:omni_syntax_group_exclude_sql
endif
" Used with the column list
let s:save_prev_table = ""
" Default the option to verify table alias
if !exists('g:omni_sql_use_tbl_alias')
let g:omni_sql_use_tbl_alias = 'a'
endif
" Default syntax items to precache
if !exists('g:omni_sql_precache_syntax_groups')
let g:omni_sql_precache_syntax_groups = [
\ 'syntax',
\ 'sqlKeyword',
\ 'sqlFunction',
\ 'sqlOption',
\ 'sqlType',
\ 'sqlStatement'
\ ]
endif
" Set ignorecase to the ftplugin standard
if !exists('g:omni_sql_ignorecase')
let g:omni_sql_ignorecase = &ignorecase
endif
" During table completion, should the table list also
" include the owner name
if !exists('g:omni_sql_include_owner')
let g:omni_sql_include_owner = 0
if exists('g:loaded_dbext')
if g:loaded_dbext >= 300
" New to dbext 3.00, by default the table lists include the owner
" name of the table. This is used when determining how much of
" whatever has been typed should be replaced as part of the
" code replacement.
let g:omni_sql_include_owner = 1
endif
endif
endif
" Default type of completion used when <C-X><C-O> is pressed
if !exists('g:omni_sql_default_compl_type')
let g:omni_sql_default_compl_type = 'table'
endif
" This function is used for the 'omnifunc' option.
function! sqlcomplete#Complete(findstart, base)
" Default to table name completion
let compl_type = 'table'
" Allow maps to specify what type of object completion they want
if exists('b:sql_compl_type')
let compl_type = b:sql_compl_type
endif
" First pass through this function determines how much of the line should
" be replaced by whatever is chosen from the completion list
if a:findstart
" Locate the start of the item, including "."
let line = getline('.')
let start = col('.') - 1
let lastword = -1
let begindot = 0
" Check if the first character is a ".", for column completion
if line[start - 1] == '.'
let begindot = 1
endif
while start > 0
" Additional code was required to handle objects which
" can contain spaces like "my table name".
if line[start - 1] !~ '\(\w\|\.\)'
" If the previous character is not a period or word character
break
" elseif line[start - 1] =~ '\(\w\|\s\+\)'
" let start -= 1
elseif line[start - 1] =~ '\w'
" If the previous character is word character continue back
let start -= 1
elseif line[start - 1] =~ '\.' &&
\ compl_type =~ 'column\|table\|view\|procedure'
" If the previous character is a period and we are completing
" an object which can be specified with a period like this:
" table_name.column_name
" owner_name.table_name
" If lastword has already been set for column completion
" break from the loop, since we do not also want to pickup
" a table name if it was also supplied.
if lastword != -1 && compl_type == 'column'
break
endif
" If column completion was specified stop at the "." if
" a . was specified, otherwise, replace all the way up
" to the owner name (if included).
if lastword == -1 && compl_type == 'column' && begindot == 1
let lastword = start
endif
" If omni_sql_include_owner = 0, do not include the table
" name as part of the substitution, so break here
if lastword == -1 &&
\ compl_type =~ 'table\|view\|procedure\column_csv' &&
\ g:omni_sql_include_owner == 0
let lastword = start
break
endif
let start -= 1
else
break
endif
endwhile
" Return the column of the last word, which is going to be changed.
" Remember the text that comes before it in s:prepended.
if lastword == -1
let s:prepended = ''
return start
endif
let s:prepended = strpart(line, start, lastword - start)
return lastword
endif
" Second pass through this function will determine what data to put inside
" of the completion list
" s:prepended is set by the first pass
let base = s:prepended . a:base
" Default the completion list to an empty list
let compl_list = []
" Default to table name completion
let compl_type = g:omni_sql_default_compl_type
" Allow maps to specify what type of object completion they want
if exists('b:sql_compl_type')
let compl_type = b:sql_compl_type
unlet b:sql_compl_type
endif
if compl_type == 'tableReset'
let compl_type = 'table'
let base = ''
endif
if compl_type == 'table' ||
\ compl_type == 'procedure' ||
\ compl_type == 'view'
" This type of completion relies upon the dbext.vim plugin
if s:SQLCCheck4dbext() == -1
return []
endif
" Allow the user to override the dbext plugin to specify whether
" the owner/creator should be included in the list
if g:loaded_dbext >= 300
let saveSetting = DB_listOption('dict_show_owner')
exec 'DBSetOption dict_show_owner='.(g:omni_sql_include_owner==1?'1':'0')
endif
let compl_type_uc = substitute(compl_type, '\w\+', '\u&', '')
" Same call below, no need to do it twice
" if s:sql_file_{compl_type} == ""
" let s:sql_file_{compl_type} = DB_getDictionaryName(compl_type_uc)
" endif
let s:sql_file_{compl_type} = DB_getDictionaryName(compl_type_uc)
if s:sql_file_{compl_type} != ""
if filereadable(s:sql_file_{compl_type})
let compl_list = readfile(s:sql_file_{compl_type})
endif
endif
if g:loaded_dbext > 300
exec 'DBSetOption dict_show_owner='.saveSetting
endif
elseif compl_type =~? 'column'
" This type of completion relies upon the dbext.vim plugin
if s:SQLCCheck4dbext() == -1
return []
endif
if base == ""
" The last time we displayed a column list we stored
" the table name. If the user selects a column list
" without a table name of alias present, assume they want
" the previous column list displayed.
let base = s:save_prev_table
endif
let owner = ''
let column = ''
if base =~ '\.'
" Check if the owner/creator has been specified
let owner = matchstr( base, '^\zs.*\ze\..*\..*' )
let table = matchstr( base, '^\(.*\.\)\?\zs.*\ze\..*' )
let column = matchstr( base, '.*\.\zs.*' )
" It is pretty well impossible to determine if the user
" has entered:
" owner.table
" table.column_prefix
" So there are a couple of things we can do to mitigate
" this issue.
" 1. Check if the dbext plugin has the option turned
" on to even allow owners
" 2. Based on 1, if the user is showing a table list
" and the DrillIntoTable (using <Right>) then
" this will be owner.table. In this case, we can
" check to see the table.column exists in the
" cached table list. If it does, then we have
" determined the user has actually chosen
" owner.table, not table.column_prefix.
let found = -1
if g:omni_sql_include_owner == 1 && owner == ''
if filereadable(s:sql_file_table)
let tbl_list = readfile(s:sql_file_table)
let found = index( tbl_list, ((table != '')?(table.'.'):'').column)
endif
endif
" If the table.column was found in the table list, we can safely assume
" the owner was not provided and shift the items appropriately.
" OR
" If the user has indicated not to use table owners at all and
" the base ends in a '.' we know they are not providing a column
" name, so we can shift the items appropriately.
" if found != -1 || (g:omni_sql_include_owner == 0 && base !~ '\.$')
" let owner = table
" let table = column
" let column = ''
" endif
else
" If no "." was provided and the user asked for
" column level completion, first attempt the match
" on any previous column lists. If the user asked
" for a list of columns comma separated, continue as usual.
if compl_type == 'column' && s:save_prev_table != ''
" The last time we displayed a column list we stored
" the table name. If the user selects a column list
" without a table name of alias present, assume they want
" the previous column list displayed.
let table = s:save_prev_table
let list_type = ''
let compl_list = s:SQLCGetColumns(table, list_type)
if ! empty(compl_list)
" If no column prefix has been provided and the table
" name was provided, append it to each of the items
" returned.
let compl_list = filter(deepcopy(compl_list), 'v:val=~"^'.base.'"' )
" If not empty, we have a match on columns
" return the list
if ! empty(compl_list)
return compl_list
endif
endif
endif
" Since no columns were found to match the base supplied
" assume the user is trying to complete the column list
" for a table (and or an alias to a table).
let table = base
endif
" Get anything after the . and consider this the table name
" If an owner has been specified, then we must consider the
" base to be a partial column name
" let base = matchstr( base, '^\(.*\.\)\?\zs.*' )
if table != ""
let s:save_prev_table = base
let list_type = ''
if compl_type == 'column_csv'
" Return one array element, with a comma separated
" list of values instead of multiple array entries
" for each column in the table.
let list_type = 'csv'
endif
let compl_list = s:SQLCGetColumns(table, list_type)
if column != ''
" If no column prefix has been provided and the table
" name was provided, append it to each of the items
" returned.
let compl_list = map(compl_list, 'table.".".v:val')
if owner != ''
" If an owner has been provided append it to each of the
" items returned.
let compl_list = map(compl_list, 'owner.".".v:val')
endif
else
let base = ''
endif
if compl_type == 'column_csv'
" Join the column array into 1 single element array
" but make the columns column separated
let compl_list = [join(compl_list, ', ')]
endif
endif
elseif compl_type == 'resetCache'
" Reset all cached items
let s:tbl_name = []
let s:tbl_alias = []
let s:tbl_cols = []
let s:syn_list = []
let s:syn_value = []
let msg = "All SQL cached items have been removed."
call s:SQLCWarningMsg(msg)
" Leave time for the user to read the error message
:sleep 2
else
let compl_list = s:SQLCGetSyntaxList(compl_type)
endif
if base != ''
" Filter the list based on the first few characters the user entered.
" Check if the text matches at the beginning
" \\(^.base.'\\)
" or
" Match to a owner.table or alias.column type match
" ^\\(\\w\\+\\.\\)\\?'.base.'\\)
" or
" Handle names with spaces "my table name"
" "\\(^'.base.'\\|^\\(\\w\\+\\.\\)\\?'.base.'\\)"'
"
let expr = 'v:val '.(g:omni_sql_ignorecase==1?'=~?':'=~#').' "\\(^'.base.'\\|^\\(\\w\\+\\.\\)\\?'.base.'\\)"'
" let expr = 'v:val '.(g:omni_sql_ignorecase==1?'=~?':'=~#').' "\\(^'.base.'\\)"'
" let expr = 'v:val '.(g:omni_sql_ignorecase==1?'=~?':'=~#').' "\\(^'.base.'\\|\\(\\.\\)\\?'.base.'\\)"'
" let expr = 'v:val '.(g:omni_sql_ignorecase==1?'=~?':'=~#').' "\\(^'.base.'\\|\\([^.]*\\)\\?'.base.'\\)"'
let compl_list = filter(deepcopy(compl_list), expr)
endif
if exists('b:sql_compl_savefunc') && b:sql_compl_savefunc != ""
let &omnifunc = b:sql_compl_savefunc
endif
return compl_list
endfunc
function! sqlcomplete#PreCacheSyntax(...)
let syn_group_arr = []
let syn_items = []
if a:0 > 0
if type(a:1) != 3
call s:SQLCWarningMsg("Parameter is not a list. Example:['syntaxGroup1', 'syntaxGroup2']")
return ''
endif
let syn_group_arr = a:1
else
let syn_group_arr = g:omni_sql_precache_syntax_groups
endif
" For each group specified in the list, precache all
" the sytnax items.
if !empty(syn_group_arr)
for group_name in syn_group_arr
let syn_items = extend( syn_items, s:SQLCGetSyntaxList(group_name) )
endfor
endif
return syn_items
endfunction
function! sqlcomplete#ResetCacheSyntax(...)
let syn_group_arr = []
if a:0 > 0
if type(a:1) != 3
call s:SQLCWarningMsg("Parameter is not a list. Example:['syntaxGroup1', 'syntaxGroup2']")
return ''
endif
let syn_group_arr = a:1
else
let syn_group_arr = g:omni_sql_precache_syntax_groups
endif
" For each group specified in the list, precache all
" the sytnax items.
if !empty(syn_group_arr)
for group_name in syn_group_arr
let list_idx = index(s:syn_list, group_name, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
" Remove from list of groups
call remove( s:syn_list, list_idx )
" Remove from list of keywords
call remove( s:syn_value, list_idx )
endif
endfor
endif
endfunction
function! sqlcomplete#Map(type)
" Tell the SQL plugin what you want to complete
let b:sql_compl_type=a:type
" Record previous omnifunc, if the SQL completion
" is being used in conjunction with other filetype
" completion plugins
if &omnifunc != "" && &omnifunc != 'sqlcomplete#Complete'
" Record the previous omnifunc, the plugin
" will automatically set this back so that it
" does not interfere with other ftplugins settings
let b:sql_compl_savefunc=&omnifunc
endif
" Set the OMNI func for the SQL completion plugin
let &omnifunc='sqlcomplete#Complete'
endfunction
function! sqlcomplete#DrillIntoTable()
" If the omni popup window is visible
if pumvisible()
call sqlcomplete#Map('column')
" C-Y, makes the currently highlighted entry active
" and trigger the omni popup to be redisplayed
call feedkeys("\<C-Y>\<C-X>\<C-O>", 'n')
else
" If the popup is not visible, simple perform the normal
" key behaviour.
" Must use exec since they key must be preceeded by "\"
" or feedkeys will simply push each character of the string
" rather than the "key press".
exec 'call feedkeys("\'.g:ftplugin_sql_omni_key_right.'", "n")'
endif
return ""
endfunction
function! sqlcomplete#DrillOutOfColumns()
" If the omni popup window is visible
if pumvisible()
call sqlcomplete#Map('tableReset')
" Trigger the omni popup to be redisplayed
call feedkeys("\<C-X>\<C-O>")
else
" If the popup is not visible, simple perform the normal
" key behaviour.
" Must use exec since they key must be preceeded by "\"
" or feedkeys will simply push each character of the string
" rather than the "key press".
exec 'call feedkeys("\'.g:ftplugin_sql_omni_key_left.'", "n")'
endif
return ""
endfunction
function! s:SQLCWarningMsg(msg)
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg 'SQLComplete:'.a:msg
echohl None
endfunction
function! s:SQLCErrorMsg(msg)
echohl ErrorMsg
echomsg 'SQLComplete:'.a:msg
echohl None
endfunction
function! s:SQLCGetSyntaxList(syn_group)
let syn_group = a:syn_group
let compl_list = []
" Check if we have already cached the syntax list
let list_idx = index(s:syn_list, syn_group, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
" Return previously cached value
let compl_list = s:syn_value[list_idx]
else
" Request the syntax list items from the
" syntax completion plugin
if syn_group == 'syntax'
" Handle this special case. This allows the user
" to indicate they want all the syntax items available,
" so do not specify a specific include list.
let g:omni_syntax_group_include_sql = ''
else
" The user has specified a specific syntax group
let g:omni_syntax_group_include_sql = syn_group
endif
let g:omni_syntax_group_exclude_sql = ''
let syn_value = syntaxcomplete#OmniSyntaxList()
let g:omni_syntax_group_include_sql = s:save_inc
let g:omni_syntax_group_exclude_sql = s:save_exc
" Cache these values for later use
let s:syn_list = add( s:syn_list, syn_group )
let s:syn_value = add( s:syn_value, syn_value )
let compl_list = syn_value
endif
return compl_list
endfunction
function! s:SQLCCheck4dbext()
if !exists('g:loaded_dbext')
let msg = "The dbext plugin must be loaded for dynamic SQL completion"
call s:SQLCErrorMsg(msg)
" Leave time for the user to read the error message
:sleep 2
return -1
elseif g:loaded_dbext < 600
let msg = "The dbext plugin must be at least version 5.30 " .
\ " for dynamic SQL completion"
call s:SQLCErrorMsg(msg)
" Leave time for the user to read the error message
:sleep 2
return -1
endif
return 1
endfunction
function! s:SQLCAddAlias(table_name, table_alias, cols)
" Strip off the owner if included
let table_name = matchstr(a:table_name, '\%(.\{-}\.\)\?\zs\(.*\)' )
let table_alias = a:table_alias
let cols = a:cols
if g:omni_sql_use_tbl_alias != 'n'
if table_alias == ''
if 'da' =~? g:omni_sql_use_tbl_alias
if table_name =~ '_'
" Treat _ as separators since people often use these
" for word separators
let save_keyword = &iskeyword
setlocal iskeyword-=_
" Get the first letter of each word
" [[:alpha:]] is used instead of \w
" to catch extended accented characters
"
let table_alias = substitute(
\ table_name,
\ '\<[[:alpha:]]\+\>_\?',
\ '\=strpart(submatch(0), 0, 1)',
\ 'g'
\ )
" Restore original value
let &iskeyword = save_keyword
elseif table_name =~ '\u\U'
let table_alias = substitute(
\ table_name, '\(\u\)\U*', '\1', 'g')
else
let table_alias = strpart(table_name, 0, 1)
endif
endif
endif
if table_alias != ''
" Following a word character, make sure there is a . and no spaces
let table_alias = substitute(table_alias, '\w\zs\.\?\s*$', '.', '')
if 'a' =~? g:omni_sql_use_tbl_alias && a:table_alias == ''
let table_alias = inputdialog("Enter table alias:", table_alias)
endif
endif
if table_alias != ''
let cols = substitute(cols, '\<\w', table_alias.'&', 'g')
endif
endif
return cols
endfunction
function! s:SQLCGetObjectOwner(object)
" The owner regex matches a word at the start of the string which is
" followed by a dot, but doesn't include the dot in the result.
" ^ - from beginning of line
" \("\|\[\)\? - ignore any quotes
" \zs - start the match now
" .\{-} - get owner name
" \ze - end the match
" \("\|\[\)\? - ignore any quotes
" \. - must by followed by a .
" let owner = matchstr( a:object, '^\s*\zs.*\ze\.' )
let owner = matchstr( a:object, '^\("\|\[\)\?\zs\.\{-}\ze\("\|\]\)\?\.' )
return owner
endfunction
function! s:SQLCGetColumns(table_name, list_type)
" Check if the table name was provided as part of the column name
let table_name = matchstr(a:table_name, '^["\[\]a-zA-Z0-9_ ]\+\ze\.\?')
let table_cols = []
let table_alias = ''
let move_to_top = 1
let table_name = substitute(table_name, '\s*\(.\{-}\)\s*$', '\1', 'g')
" If the table name was given as:
" where c.
let table_name = substitute(table_name, '^\c\(WHERE\|AND\|OR\)\s\+', '', '')
if g:loaded_dbext >= 300
let saveSettingAlias = DB_listOption('use_tbl_alias')
exec 'DBSetOption use_tbl_alias=n'
endif
let table_name_stripped = substitute(table_name, '["\[\]]*', '', 'g')
" Check if we have already cached the column list for this table
" by its name
let list_idx = index(s:tbl_name, table_name_stripped, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
let table_cols = split(s:tbl_cols[list_idx], '\n')
else
" Check if we have already cached the column list for this table
" by its alias, assuming the table_name provided was actually
" the alias for the table instead
" select *
" from area a
" where a.
let list_idx = index(s:tbl_alias, table_name_stripped, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
let table_alias = table_name_stripped
let table_name = s:tbl_name[list_idx]
let table_cols = split(s:tbl_cols[list_idx], '\n')
endif
endif
" If we have not found a cached copy of the table
" And the table ends in a "." or we are looking for a column list
" if list_idx == -1 && (a:table_name =~ '\.' || b:sql_compl_type =~ 'column')
" if list_idx == -1 && (a:table_name =~ '\.' || a:list_type =~ 'csv')
if list_idx == -1
let saveY = @y
let saveSearch = @/
let saveWScan = &wrapscan
let curline = line(".")
let curcol = col(".")
" Do not let searchs wrap
setlocal nowrapscan
" If . was entered, look at the word just before the .
" We are looking for something like this:
" select *
" from customer c
" where c.
" So when . is pressed, we need to find 'c'
"
" Search backwards to the beginning of the statement
" and do NOT wrap
" exec 'silent! normal! v?\<\(select\|update\|delete\|;\)\>'."\n".'"yy'
exec 'silent! normal! ?\<\c\(select\|update\|delete\|;\)\>'."\n"
" Start characterwise visual mode
" Advance right one character
" Search foward until one of the following:
" 1. Another select/update/delete statement
" 2. A ; at the end of a line (the delimiter)
" 3. The end of the file (incase no delimiter)
" Yank the visually selected text into the "y register.
exec 'silent! normal! vl/\c\(\<select\>\|\<update\>\|\<delete\>\|;\s*$\|\%$\)'."\n".'"yy'
let query = @y
let query = substitute(query, "\n", ' ', 'g')
let found = 0
" if query =~? '^\c\(select\)'
if query =~? '^\(select\|update\|delete\)'
let found = 1
" \(\(\<\w\+\>\)\.\)\? -
" '\c\(from\|join\|,\).\{-}' - Starting at the from clause (case insensitive)
" '\zs\(\(\<\w\+\>\)\.\)\?' - Get the owner name (optional)
" '\<\w\+\>\ze' - Get the table name
" '\s\+\<'.table_name.'\>' - Followed by the alias
" '\s*\.\@!.*' - Cannot be followed by a .
" '\(\<where\>\|$\)' - Must be followed by a WHERE clause
" '.*' - Exclude the rest of the line in the match
" let table_name_new = matchstr(@y,
" \ '\c\(from\|join\|,\).\{-}'.
" \ '\zs\(\("\|\[\)\?.\{-}\("\|\]\)\.\)\?'.
" \ '\("\|\[\)\?.\{-}\("\|\]\)\?\ze'.
" \ '\s\+\%(as\s\+\)\?\<'.
" \ matchstr(table_name, '.\{-}\ze\.\?$').
" \ '\>'.
" \ '\s*\.\@!.*'.
" \ '\(\<where\>\|$\)'.
" \ '.*'
" \ )
"
"
" ''\c\(\<from\>\|\<join\>\|,\)\s*' - Starting at the from clause (case insensitive)
" '\zs\(\("\|\[\)\?\w\+\("\|\]\)\?\.\)\?' - Get the owner name (optional)
" '\("\|\[\)\?\w\+\("\|\]\)\?\ze' - Get the table name
" '\s\+\%(as\s\+\)\?\<'.matchstr(table_name, '.\{-}\ze\.\?$').'\>' - Followed by the alias
" '\s*\.\@!.*' - Cannot be followed by a .
" '\(\<where\>\|$\)' - Must be followed by a WHERE clause
" '.*' - Exclude the rest of the line in the match
let table_name_new = matchstr(@y,
\ '\c\(\<from\>\|\<join\>\|,\)\s*'.
\ '\zs\(\("\|\[\)\?\w\+\("\|\]\)\?\.\)\?'.
\ '\("\|\[\)\?\w\+\("\|\]\)\?\ze'.
\ '\s\+\%(as\s\+\)\?\<'.
\ matchstr(table_name, '.\{-}\ze\.\?$').
\ '\>'.
\ '\s*\.\@!.*'.
\ '\(\<where\>\|$\)'.
\ '.*'
\ )
if table_name_new != ''
let table_alias = table_name
let table_name = matchstr( table_name_new, '^\(.*\.\)\?\zs.*\ze' )
let list_idx = index(s:tbl_name, table_name, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
let table_cols = split(s:tbl_cols[list_idx])
let s:tbl_name[list_idx] = table_name
let s:tbl_alias[list_idx] = table_alias
else
let list_idx = index(s:tbl_alias, table_name, 0, &ignorecase)
if list_idx > -1
let table_cols = split(s:tbl_cols[list_idx])
let s:tbl_name[list_idx] = table_name
let s:tbl_alias[list_idx] = table_alias
endif
endif
endif
else
" Simply assume it is a table name provided with a . on the end
let found = 1
endif
let @y = saveY
let @/ = saveSearch
let &wrapscan = saveWScan
" Return to previous location
call cursor(curline, curcol)
if found == 0
if g:loaded_dbext > 300
exec 'DBSetOption use_tbl_alias='.saveSettingAlias
endif
" Not a SQL statement, do not display a list
return []
endif
endif
if empty(table_cols)
" Specify silent mode, no messages to the user (tbl, 1)
" Specify do not comma separate (tbl, 1, 1)
let table_cols_str = DB_getListColumn(table_name, 1, 1)
if table_cols_str != ""
let s:tbl_name = add( s:tbl_name, table_name )
let s:tbl_alias = add( s:tbl_alias, table_alias )
let s:tbl_cols = add( s:tbl_cols, table_cols_str )
let table_cols = split(table_cols_str, '\n')
endif
endif
if g:loaded_dbext > 300
exec 'DBSetOption use_tbl_alias='.saveSettingAlias
endif
" If the user has asked for a comma separate list of column
" values, ask the user if they want to prepend each column
" with a tablename alias.
if a:list_type == 'csv' && !empty(table_cols)
let cols = join(table_cols, ', ')
let cols = s:SQLCAddAlias(table_name, table_alias, cols)
let table_cols = [cols]
endif
return table_cols
endfunction
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