Release Notes: This release features major enhancements. The most important one is the completely reworked usage scan, now ignoring statements like ALTER or COMMENT (being more accurate) - and bringing a speedup of a factor of 10 or more for larger projects. Furthermore, bug/todo/validation items for tables, (m)views, synonyms, and sequences have been added to the global bug/todo/validation lists. If you already were using the cache functionality in the past, it may be wise to purge the code cache after an update.
Release Notes: This release adds support for materialized views and tables, and makes the parameter and column lists (Javadoc) better readable. Additionally, some small adjustments have been made to the graphs and dependency scan.
Release Notes: A couple of new options are now available, so you can now decide whether to show author information for the items on bug/todo/verification reports, and all graph colors are now configurable. Default colors have changed, as well, for better grouping of objects. Last but not least, a new JavaDoc tag @col (column) is now available for views.
Release Notes: This release contains some minor fixes. Javadoc for sequences was ignored. "Empty objects" in a dependency graph (probably introduced by the last release) have been fixed. The wrong percentage for sequences and synonyms on the stats page was fixed. Furthermore, double-quoted object names (e.g. 'CREATE TABLE "DUMMY"') are now handled correctly.
Release Notes: This release finally comes with support for Synonyms and Sequences plus configurable colors for the object graphs (statistics and dependency graphs). Furthermore, the Javadoc module has been worked on to make it more flexible (and independent), plus another issue with the code highlighter (concerning HTML contained in source files) has been fixed.
Release Notes: Some minor fixes complete this major release: It fixes the cache purge (which caused the script to crash) as well as a minor problem with the syntax highlighter concerning HTML entitities. The sql.keywords list was extended for syntax highlighing. If you have already used a caching version of HyperSQL, your first run after this update should include the "--purge-cache=code" option for the highlighter changes to affect all your code.
Release Notes: View handling has been improved (including their JavaDoc notes), more exception handling is included, and object lists are now sorted by name so it is easier to find the object being looked for.
Release Notes: There are a lot of enhancements and some minor fixes. In the highlighted source-code, function/procedure calls are now hyperlinked to their targets. Some command line options have been added. There is a new option to define whether javadoc verification results should also be written to the log file, and more. Full details can be found in the changelog file.
Release Notes: A major enhancement with this release is the new cache functionality: once the cache has been established, it will reduce processing time by up to 50%. Moreover, syntax highlighting has been improved to be much more precise.
Release Notes: Some minor enhancements come with this release: what_used lists have been added. Some minor bugs have been fixed: some more false positives in usage reference, partly broken javadoc verification missing missing descriptions.