The source code has been updated again! This is not an official release yet, but enough improvements have been made to make an announcement.
One new feature is when using verbose mode to make INSERT queries you will now be asked if you want the program to remember the values you enter for possible use in the next query. The tar.gz file on the website contains the .c and .h files as well as the changelog that details what was changed in each revision of each file. To compile just un-tar the source files into their own directory and using "gcc *.c"
If/when you see any "DEBUG: ..." statements printed on the screen don't be alarmed. They are simply just printf statements to tell the value of a variable at a certain point in the program to help with debugging.
An example create table query file is also available for download if you don't have one handy and just want to try out this program.
Please note the email address in the GPL headers (which themselves are out of date. will update them to v3 soon) is not the email I use anymore. It is still the same on the left of the "@", but on the right side it is now gmail.com.
One thing I will promise you is that with sqg you will never be bothered by paper clips, puppies, ponies, or unicorns trying to help you with your sql queries. It's just you and text on the screen.
So head on over to sites.google.com/site/sqlquerygenerator to get the latest development source.