A MySQL client to run queries, write execution reports and export results
A MySQL client to run queries, write execution reports and export results.
It is made with the purpose to support SELECT statements only. Other statements will work but the features offered by this module will provide little help or make no sense.
It uses Python 3.
Package is available on PyPi:
pip install mysql_tracer
This package defines a command line tool named
To get help about how to use it:
It exposes the class
Query. The constructor needs a path to a file containing a single sql statement and instances
expose the method
export which creates a timestamped copy of the original file with additional metadata and
the results exported in the CSV format.
You can install development dependencies with
pip install -r requirements.txt.
You can run tests with
You can run the module from sources by running the whole package:
python mysql_tracer -h
You can build a package with setuptools.
python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
All dependencies have their version frozen. To install new versions of the dependencies, uninstall them, install the billing-check package and then freeze them again
pip freeze | xargs pip uninstall -y python setup.py sdist pip install -e .[dev] pip freeze | grep -v mysql-tracer > requirements.txt
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