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Makes your SQL readable.

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Makes your SQL readable.

An example:

    sql = """ SELECT country, product, SUM(profit) FROM
sales   left join x on GROUP BY country,
product having f > 7 and fk=9 limit 5;    """

Will result in:

sql = """
        LEFT JOIN x ON
   = sales.k
        f > 7
        AND fk = 9
    LIMIT 5; """

Install format-sql via pip:

$ pip install format-sql

You can then just call format-sql with files and directories:

$ format-sql -h
usage: format-sql [-h] [--types TYPES] [-r] [--no-semicolon] [--version]
                  [--debug] [--dry-run]
                  paths [paths ...]

positional arguments:

optional arguments:
  -h, --help       show this help message and exit
  --types TYPES    Only process these given file types.
  -r, --recursive  Process files found in subdirectories.
  --no-semicolon   Try to detect SQL queries with no trailing semicolon.
  --version        show program's version number and exit
  --debug          Print available debug information.
  --dry-run        Print the altered output and do not change the file.

For example:

$ format-sql

Or recursively with directory:

$ format-sql -r my-directory/

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