Provided by: sqlformat_0.2.4-1_all bug

NAME

       sqlformat - reformat SQL

SYNOPSIS

       sqlformat [ OPTION ] ... [ FILE ] ...

DESCRIPTION

       The  `sqlformat' command-line tool can be used to reformat SQL file according to specified
       options or prepare a snippet  in  in  some  programming  language  (only  Python  and  PHP
       currently supported).  Use "-" for FILE to read from stdin.

OPTIONS

       -i CHOICE|--identifiers=FORMAT
              Change case of identifiers.  FORMAT is one of "upper", "lower", "capitalize".

       -k CHOICE|--keywords=FORMAT
              Change case of keywords.  FORMAT is one of "upper", "lower", "capitalize".

       -l CHOICE|--language=LANG
              Output a snippet in programming language LANG.  LANG can be "python", "php".

       -o FILE|--outfile=FILE
              Write output to FILE (defaults to stdout).

       -r|--reindent
              Reindent statements.

       --indent_width=INDENT_WIDTH
              Set indent width to INDENT_WIDTH.  Default is 2 spaces.

       --wrap_after=WRAP_AFTER
              The  column limit for wrapping comma-separated lists. If unspecified, it puts every
              item in the list on its own line.

       --strip-comments
              Remove comments.

       -h|--help
              Print a short help message and exit.  All subsequent options are ignored.

       --verbose
              Verbose output.

       --version
              Print program's version number and exit.

AUTHORS

       This man page was written by Andriy Senkovych <jolly_roger@itblog.org.ua>