This is an preliminary release! Author: Dr. Detlef Groth, MPIMG Berlin
Current homepage is at: http://goblet.molgen.mpg.de/tsql4mk/
From the readme:
tsql4mk is an experimental library and a console application for executing SQL statements against Metakit databases. It implements a subset of SQL92. tsql4mk uses Jean-Claude Wippler's Oomk and William Duquette's "snit" (Snit Is Not Incrtcl), version 0.97. The API is modelled after R. Hipps great SQLite http://www.sqlite.org . These manuals were partially copied and adjusted for tsql4mk from the language reference of SQLite [1 ]. Thanks to D. Richard Hipp for this great piece of software.
The main limits of tsql4mk against SQLite are:
The advantages are:
Examples: | ---------------- | Usage: tsql4mk.kit ?-doc? ?-example? ?-run? ?-help? <filename> | -doc Show a bit of documentation | -example Display the example script | -run Run the example script | -html Show the html documentation
tsql4mk.kit can be also as stand-alone console application in several ways:
| Usage: tsql4mk.kit <filename> <SQL STATEMENT>
or via pipes:
| echo <SQL STATEMENT> | tsql4mk.kit <filename>
Pipes can be used to execute several SQL statements at once from a file and pipe this into the tsql4mk.kit application.
| cat <sqlfile> | tsql4mk.kit <filename>
This feature can be also used to convert a sqlite database into a metakit database:
| echo .dump | sqlite test.sqlite | tsql4mk.kit <filename>
The reverse way metakit -> sqlite is currently not yet implemented.