#!/usr/bin/env perl
# vim: set ft=perl:

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=head1 NAME

sqlt - convert SQL schema using SQL::Translator


For help:

  sqlt -h|--help

For a list of all parsers and producers:

  sqlt -l|--list

To translate a schema:

  sqlt -f|--from|--parser MySQL
       -t|--to|--producer Oracle
       file [file2 ...]

  General Options:

    -d|--debug         Print debug info
    -v|--validate      Validate the schema
    --version          Show the version of SQL::Translator
    --trace            Print parser trace info
    --show-warnings    Print warnings to STDERR

  General Parser Options:

    --skip             Comma-separated list of tables to skip (only implemented in some parsers)
    --ignore_opts      Comma-separated list of table options to ignore

  DBI Parser Options:

    --dsn              DSN for connecting to database
                       (see also --use-same-auth below)
    --db-user          Database user
    --db-password      Database password

  xSV Parser Options:

    --fs               The field separator
    --rs               The record separator
    --no-trim          Don't trim whitespace on fields
    --no-scan          Don't scan fields for data types and sizes

  MySQL Parser Options:

    --mysql-parser-version  Target MySQL parser version for dealing with
                              /*! comments; default = 30000

  MySQL Producer Options:

    --mysql-version  MySQL server version

  General Producer Options

    --producer-db-user   Database user for producer
    --producer-db-pass   Database password for producer
    --producer-dsn       DSN for producer
    --use-same-auth      Use these DSN, user, password for producer output

  DB Producer Options:

    --add-drop-table   Add 'DROP TABLE' statements before creates
    --quote-table-names  Quote all table names in statements
    --quote-field-names  Qjuote all field names in statements
    --no-comments      Don't include comments in SQL output

  PostgreSQL Producer Options:

    --postgres-version   PostgreSQL server version

  Diagram Producer Options:

    --imap-file        Filename to put image map data
    --imap-url         URL to use for image map

  Dumper Producer Options:

    --skip             Comma-separated list of tables to skip
    --skiplike         Regex for tables to skip
    --add-truncate     Add "TRUNCATE TABLE" statements for each table

  HTML/POD Producer Options:

    --pretty           Use CGI::Pretty for the output
    --title            Title of schema

  TTSchema Producer Options:

    --template             The path to the template
    --tt-var var=value     Pass extra variables to the template
    --tt-conf option=value Pass extra config options to Template

  XML-SQLFairy Producer Options:

    --add-prefix       Use an explicit namespace prefix of 'sqlf:'
    --prefix=<p>       Use the namespace prefix given as argument.
    --no-newlines      Write the XML as a single line.
    --indent=<n>       Use <n> characters of whitespace to indent the XML.

  ClassDBI Producer Options:

    --package          Base package name for Class::DBI modules.


This script is part of the SQL Fairy project.  It will try to convert
any source file for which it has a grammar into any format for which
it has a producer.

If using "show-warnings," be sure to redirect STDERR to a separate file.
In bash, you could do this:

    $ sql_translator.pl -f MySQL -t PostgreSQL --show-warnings \
       file.sql 1>out 2>err

You can specify a parser or producer located in any module that Perl
knows about, allowing you to easily substitute your own.


# -------------------------------------------------------------------

use strict;
use warnings;
use Getopt::Long;
use Pod::Usage;
use SQL::Translator;

use vars qw( $VERSION );
$VERSION = '1.60';

my $from;             # the original database
my $to;               # the destination database
my $help;             # show POD and bail
my $stdin;            # whether to read STDIN for create script
my $no_comments;      # whether to put comments in out file
my $show_warnings;    # whether to show warnings from SQL::Translator
my $add_drop_table;   # whether to add "DROP table" statements
my $quote_table_names;  # whether to quote table names
my $quote_field_names;  # whether to quote field names
my $debug;            # whether to print debug info
my $trace;            # whether to print parser trace
my $list;             # list all parsers and producers
my $no_trim;          # don't trim whitespace on xSV fields
my $no_scan;          # don't scan xSV fields for data types and sizes
my $field_separator;  # for xSV files
my $record_separator; # for xSV files
my $validate;         # whether to validate the parsed document
my $imap_file;        # filename where to place image map coords
my $imap_url;         # URL to use in making image map
my $pretty;           # use CGI::Pretty instead of CGI (HTML producer)
my $template;         # template to pass to TTSchema producer
my %tt_vars;          # additional template vars to pass the TTSchema producer
my %tt_conf;          # additional template conf to pass the TTSchema producer
my $title;            # title for HTML/POD producer
my $add_prefix;       # Use explicit namespace prefix (XML producer)
my $prefix;           # Set explicit namespace prefix (XML producer)
my $newlines;         # Add newlines around tags (XML producer)
my $indent;           # Number of indent chars for XML
my $package_name;     # Base class name for ClassDBI
my $use_same_auth =0; # producer uses same DSN, user, password as parser
my $dsn;              # DBI parser
my $db_user;          # DBI parser
my $db_password;      # DBI parser
my $show_version;     # Show version and exit script
my $skip;
my $skiplike;
my $ignore_opts;
my $producer_db_user; # DSN     for producer (e.g. Dumper, ClassDBI)
my $producer_db_password; # db_pass "
my $producer_dsn;     # db_user "
my $add_truncate;
my $mysql_parser_version;  # MySQL parser arg for /*! comments
my $postgres_version; # PostgreSQL version
my $mysql_version; # MySQL version

    'add-drop-table'   => \$add_drop_table,
    'quote-table-names|quote_table_names'   => \$quote_table_names,
    'quote-field-names|quote_field_names'   => \$quote_field_names,
    'd|debug'          => \$debug,
    'f|from|parser:s'  => \$from,
    'fs:s'             => \$field_separator,
    'h|help'           => \$help,
    'imap-file:s'      => \$imap_file,
    'imap-url:s'       => \$imap_url,
    't|to|producer:s'  => \$to,
    'l|list'           => \$list,
    'pretty!'          => \$pretty,
    'no-comments'      => \$no_comments,
    'no-scan'          => \$no_scan,
    'no-trim'          => \$no_trim,
    'rs:s'             => \$record_separator,
    'show-warnings'    => \$show_warnings,
    'template:s'       => \$template,
    'tt-var=s'         => \%tt_vars,
    'tt-conf=s'        => \%tt_conf,
    'title:s'          => \$title,
    'trace'            => \$trace,
    'v|validate'       => \$validate,
    'dsn:s'            => \$dsn,
    'db-user:s'        => \$db_user,
    'db-password:s'    => \$db_password,
    'producer-dsn:s'   => \$producer_dsn,
    'producer-db-user:s'=> \$producer_db_user,
    'producer-db-pass:s'=> \$producer_db_password,
    'skip:s'           => \$skip,
    'skiplike:s'       => \$skiplike,
    'ignore_opts:s'    => \$ignore_opts,
    'add_truncate'     => \$add_truncate,
    'add-prefix'       => \$add_prefix,
    'prefix:s'         => \$prefix,
    'indent:s'         => \$indent,
    'newlines!'        => \$newlines,
    'package=s'        => \$package_name,
    'use-same-auth'    => \$use_same_auth,
    'version'          => \$show_version,
    'mysql-parser-version=i' => \$mysql_parser_version,
    'postgres-version=f' => \$postgres_version,
    'mysql-version=f' => \$mysql_version,
) or pod2usage(2);

if ($use_same_auth) {
    $producer_dsn = $dsn;
    $producer_db_user = $db_user;
    $producer_db_password = $db_password;

if (
    ( !defined $from && defined $dsn )
    $from =~ /^DBI.*/
) {
    $from = 'DBI';

my @files = @ARGV; # source files
unless ( @files ) {
    if ( defined($from) && $from eq 'DBI' ) {
        @files = ('!');
    else {
        @files = ('-');

pod2usage(1) if $help;

if ( $show_version ) {
    print "SQL::Translator v", $SQL::Translator::VERSION, "\n";

my $translator           =  SQL::Translator->new(
    debug                => $debug          ||  0,
    trace                => $trace          ||  0,
    no_comments          => $no_comments    ||  0,
    show_warnings        => $show_warnings  ||  0,
    add_drop_table       => $add_drop_table ||  0,
    quote_table_names    => defined $quote_table_names ? $quote_table_names : 1,
    quote_field_names    => defined $quote_field_names ? $quote_field_names : 1,
    validate             => $validate       ||  0,
    parser_args          => {
        trim_fields      => $no_trim ? 0 : 1,
        scan_fields      => $no_scan ? 0 : 1,
        field_separator  => $field_separator,
        record_separator => $record_separator,
        dsn              => $dsn,
        db_user          => $db_user,
        db_password      => $db_password,
        mysql_parser_version => $mysql_parser_version,
        skip => $skip,
        ignore_opts => $ignore_opts,
    producer_args   => {
        imap_file        => $imap_file,
        imap_url         => $imap_url,
        pretty           => $pretty,
        ttfile           => $template,
        tt_vars          => \%tt_vars,
        tt_conf          => \%tt_conf,
        title            => $title,
        dsn              => $producer_dsn,
        db_user          => $producer_db_user,
        db_password      => $producer_db_password,
        skip             => $skip,
        skiplike         => $skiplike,
        add_truncate     => $add_truncate,
        add_prefix       => $add_prefix,
        prefix           => $prefix,
        indent           => $indent,
        newlines         => $newlines,
        postgres_version => $postgres_version,
        mysql_version    => $mysql_version,
        package_name     => $package_name,

if ( $list ) {
    my @parsers   = $translator->list_parsers;
    my @producers = $translator->list_producers;

    for ( @parsers, @producers ) {
        if ( $_ =~ m/.+::(\w+)\.pm/ ) {
            $_ = $1;

    print "\nParsers:\n",   map { "\t$_\n" } sort @parsers;
    print "\nProducers:\n", map { "\t$_\n" } sort @producers;
    print "\n";

pod2usage( msg => 'Please supply "from" and "to" arguments' )
    unless $from && $to;


for my $file (@files) {
    my @args =
        ($file eq '-') ? (data => \*STDIN) :
        ($file eq '!') ? (data => '') :
        (file => $file);

    my $output = $translator->translate(@args) or die
        "Error: " . $translator->error;

    print $output;

# ----------------------------------------------------
# It is not all books that are as dull as their readers.
# Henry David Thoreau
# ----------------------------------------------------


=head1 AUTHOR

Ken Youens-Clark E<lt>kclark@cpan.orgE<gt>,
darren chamberlain E<lt>darren@cpan.orgE<gt>.

=head1 SEE ALSO

SQL::Translator, L<http://sqlfairy.sourceforge.net>.