SQL Query Generator is a command-line program that will help you make INSERT INTO, DELETE, and UPDATE SQL queries. The queries created with this program can be stored as plain text in a file, printed to the screen, or both.
|Tags||Database Software Development Code Generators SQL generator|
|Licenses||Public Domain GPL|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows MS-DOS|
Version 1.0 is so close to being ready for release. It's like when you microwave that burrito and the timer reaches 0, then you still have to wait a few minutes before you can eat it. The source code is done. Just about 3 weeks of testing and updating documentation and it'll be ready. In the mean time you can head over to the website and check out the ChangeLog to see what's new and improved in version 1.0.
Release Notes: This release includes new features such as support for more SQL datatypes, default values, and primary keys. The verbose mode option has undergone major improvements as well. There are also some minor bugfixes involving file parsing.
Release Notes: This version adds a new option to make verbose "WHERE" clauses, improves parsing of the "CREATE table" file, and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: An option to print output to stdout instead of a file has been added. Support for long options has been added. Bugs that affected program operation were fixed.
Release Notes: In this version, the ability to make queries for multiple tables has been added. A few minor bug fixes were also made.
Release Notes: The program now checks for SQL reserved words in your CREATE TABLE query file. Two minor bugs are also fixed in this release.