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Re: [O] WISH: SQL on org-mode tables

From: Johan W . Klüwer
Subject: Re: [O] WISH: SQL on org-mode tables
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2013 10:07:06 +0200

I started using EDBI myself just last week, it's working really well so far!

An EDBI--org combination would be amazing for database work.

2013/8/21 SAKURAI Masashi <address@hidden>

I wrote a full DB browser in Emacs, EDBI https://github.com/kiwanami/emacs-edbi.

This program provides DB Query API (like Perl's DBI) and table layout framework.
One can query any SQL and layout the results into a rigid table format.
There is no document for API, please see the demo code.

I don't have a time to integrate it into org-mode,
if someone would write the code, I think I can help a little.

SAKURAI, Masashi (family, given)

At Sun, 18 Aug 2013 16:06:43 +0200,
Johan W. Kl�+dwer wrote:
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> I wish it were possible to execute SQL on tables in org-mode buffers. Filtering rows and columns,
> joining values across named tables, and so forth could be done with SQL in the org-table SEND
> clauses.
> There's a script called csvsql that allows for executing SQL on comma- or tab-separated files from
> the command-line (using the H2 database engine): https://github.com/jdurbin/durbinlib/wiki/csvsql.
> I'm thinking csvsql or similar could provide the query capability, and org-mode would take care of
> sending it org tables in tab separated format.
> That's my wish.
> Cheers
> Johan

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