hello all, I have a pie in the sky feature request here. I've been
looking around for a sql 'beautifier' so that all our ddl which is
stored in .sql files can be cleaned up. pgadmin has a much better
formatter than the gook emitted by pg_dump...
couple of questions here:
* would it be possible to call pgadmin with a switch from the command
line so it formats an sql file and exits?
pgadmin -f foo.sql > foo_formatted.sql
* the default options are pretty good, but what about improving the
flexibility a bit (for example, sql keywords upper/lower case)? this
would benefit everybody imo.
if you guys are open this, could somebody give some hints about the complexity?
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