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README.md

sqlgg: SQL Guided (code) Generator

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Homepage at http://ygrek.org.ua/p/sqlgg/

Install with opam install sqlgg

sqlgg is sql query parser and code generator. See homepage for detailed description and rationale.

Development

Install dependencies with opam install --deps-only .

Buld with make

Conditions

Copyright (c) 2009 ygrek <ygrek@autistici.org>

This project is distributed under the terms of GPL Version 2. See LICENSE file for full license text.

Example code in demo/ and example/ and database specific bindings in impl/ are released into public domain.
See UNLICENSE file in each of the above directories for more information.

NB the output of sqlgg, i.e. the generated code, is all yours of course :)


2018-04-26