On Mon, 2007-10-01 at 12:56 -0700, Daevid Vincent wrote:
> This has been asked for many many times on this list, not sure why mySQL AB
> doesn't just release a command line tool like a 'mysql diff' and also a
> 'mysql lint'. The lint one should be totally trivial for them to do, as they
> already have a SQL parser! I can't tell you how many times our daily build
> was broken by a missing semi-colon or some other SQL syntax error. We run
> all commits through "php -l" and ruby's checker, but mysql is the only one
> we have to sweat over.
> While I'm glad that pretty GUI tools like Upscene's exist, that doesn't do
> us any good on a linux build system where it does an "svn checkout", runs
> automated BVT tests, compiles code, uploads to a daily build directory, etc.
> We need command line tools that run on linux.
:) Theres a perl tool called SLQ Fairy. Its main use is translating DDL
to other dialects, html, images, templates etc but it also has a very
handy sqlt-diff that does want you want from the command line.
# cpan SQL::Translater
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> > From: John Comerford [mailto:johnc@stripped]
> > Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2007 9:49 PM
> > To: mysql@stripped
> > Subject: DB Schema Comparison Utility ?
> > Hi Folks,
> > I am new to MySQL. We have a development environment where we have
> > three systems
> > 1) Developement Database on Machine A
> > 2) Test Databasae on Machine B
> > 3) Live Database on Machine C
> > So we make changes to the Developement Database, then move
> > them to test
> > then to live. My question is, is there a way of
> > automatically migrating
> > the changes from Dev to Test, Test to Live ?
> > I have worked with a DB which had an admin function wherein you could
> > connect two databases and it would run a comparison between the two
> > databases and produce a file of schema differences which you could
> > import to make the two DB schema's the same. Is there something like
> > this for MySQL ?
> > TIA,
> > John
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