python-sqlparse - Parse SQL statements
sqlparse is a non-validating SQL parser for Python. It provides support for parsing, splitting and formatting SQL statements.
The module is compatible with Python 2.7 and Python 3 (>= 3.4) and released under the terms of the New BSD license.
Support for Python<3.4 (including 2.x) will be dropped soon.
Visit the project page at https://github.com/andialbrecht/sqlparse for further information about this project.
$ pip install sqlparse
>>> import sqlparse >>> # Split a string containing two SQL statements: >>> raw = 'select * from foo; select * from bar;' >>> statements = sqlparse.split(raw) >>> statements ['select * from foo;', 'select * from bar;'] >>> # Format the first statement and print it out: >>> first = statements >>> print(sqlparse.format(first, reindent=True, keyword_case='upper')) SELECT * FROM foo; >>> # Parsing a SQL statement: >>> parsed = sqlparse.parse('select * from foo') >>> parsed.tokens [<DML 'select' at 0x7f22c5e15368>, <Whitespace ' ' at 0x7f22c5e153b0>, <Wildcard '*' … ] >>>
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sqlparse is licensed under the BSD license.
Parts of the code are based on pygments written by Georg Brandl and others. pygments-Homepage: http://pygments.org/