|SQL Interpreter email@example.com (1993-01-21)|
|Re: SQL Interpreter firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-01-25)|
|Re: SQL Interpreter email@example.com (1993-01-28)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Bruce Momjian)|
|Organization:||a consultant's basement|
|Date:||Thu, 28 Jan 1993 16:04:12 GMT|
The moderator wrote:
:[There are several free SQL parsers, but no free interpreters that I know of.
:Perhaps an inexpensive PC database would do the trick. Even once the SQL
:is compiled, you need an index search and update engine to do the work.
Joshua Levy (email@example.com) wrote:
: I know of a partial SQL interpreter which is either PD or freely
: redistributable. It is called shql and is written in bourne shell script.
John is correct. Parsing SQL is not much of a trick, especially if I can
do it in a bourne shell script. You need a database engine to carry out
I have not discussed this with the author yet, but mbase(metalbase) is a
PD database ported to many platforms which would do the trick quite
All someone would have to do is to tokenize and parse the SQL code (shql
may help as an example), and call mbase routines to do the manipulation.
I am surprised no one has done this before. We have lots of PD editors,
and a few good spread sheets, but few if any PD databases.
Bruce Momjian | 830 Blythe Avenue
firstname.lastname@example.org | Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026
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