RE: dbext sql history - wrapping vim around SQL*PLUS to make a micro IDE for Oracle
> -----Original Message-----Have you looked into my plugin:
> From: jkilbour@... [mailto:jkilbour@...]
> Sent: Thursday, December 29, 2005 3:25 PM
> To: vim@...
> Subject: wrapping vim around SQL*PLUS to make a micro IDE for Oracle
> I use Oracle SQL*Plus, which has no command history. I looked
> for a script/plugin/function/set-of-mappings that would allow
> me to operate SQL*PLUS from vim, and found Vim Tip#41
dbext.vim : Provides database access to 10 databases (Oracle, Sybase, SQL
Have a look at the home page.
There is an extensive tutorial in the help (:help dbext.txt or :help
dbext-tutorial) to take you through the various features.
Actually executing the SQL (using sqlplus) is about 1% of the plugin.
I use this daily at work, so it is well tested.
Wes Potts asked for the "history" feature at Halloween as well. I have
implemented this now and have just been testing it out.
If Wes or you would like to test the SQL History feature of the next version
of dbext please let me know. The more people that test it out the better
before I release it publicly.
Do you use Vim to edit SQL?
Check the description of these plugins:
dbext.vim - Provides database access to 10 databases (Oracle, Sybase, SQL
Server, MySQL,...) (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=356)
SQLUtilities - Formatting SQL, generate - columns lists, procedures for
sql.vim - SQL indent file for Sybase ASA and Oracle
Intellisense for Vim : SQL, C++, CSharp, Java, JSP, XML, HTML