October 17 2015 - v1.5
Version 1.5 of pgFormatter, a free a SQL formatter/beautifier dedicated to standard SQL and PostgreSQL specifics keywords, has been officially released and is publicly available for download.
This release fixes several issues and adds support to new keywords added in PostgreSQL 9.5. There's also a major code rewrite by Hubert depesz Lubaczewski, pg_format works as previously - handles both CGI and CLI interface, but you can get directly to whatever functionality you want by using pgFormatter::* modules.
New beautified keywords are: BERNOULLI, CUBE, GROUPING SETS, SKIP LOCKED, LOGGED, POLICY, ROLLUP, TABLESAMPLE. And new functions are: jsonb_pretty, jsonb_set, pg_last_committed_xact, pg_xact_commit_timestamp.
There is also a useful hint added to documentation to be able to format you SQL code from vi by adding a simple line to .vimrc. This hint is taken from David Fetter's blog.
For the complete list of changes see the changelog.
Thank to the developers who submitted patches and users who reported bugs and feature requests, especially Hubert depesz Lubaczewski, Kevin Brannen, David Fetter, Tom Burnett, Adrian Klaver, Alvaro Herrera, Niklas Schmidtmer and Pablo Alvarez de Sotomayor Posadillo.
pgFormatter is an open project. Any contribution to build a better tool is welcome. You just have to send your ideas, features requests or patches using the GitHub tools.
pgFormatter is a SQL formatter/beautifier that supports keywords from SQL-92, SQL-99, SQL-2003, SQL-2008, SQL-2011 and PostgreSQL specifics keywords. May works with any other databases too. It shares the same code with pgBadger, so any improvement made in the parser is reversed to pgBadger. Tool created and maintained by Gilles Darold.
pgFormatter can work as a console program or as a CGI. It will automatically detect his environment and output as text or as HTML following the context.
pgFormatter works on any platform and is available under the PostgreSQL licence.