[Phpmyadmin-devel] Introduction to myself as GSOC aspirant and some details about parser rewrite project
marc at infomarc.info
Fri Mar 6 14:53:06 CET 2015
Nisarg Jhaveri a écrit :
> I am a student from India. I have been using phpMyAdmin for many years now.
> It helped me a lot when I was trying to learn PHP, Databases, etc. Thank
> you. :)
> I also have been involved with development of phpMyAdmin for some time and
> now I intend to participate in GSOC 2015 with phpMyAdmin.
> The parser rewrite/replace project interests me, and I would like some more
> details and clarifications about it.
> I tried searching for some project that already does what we want to do, I
> found a project, https://code.google.com/p/php-sql-parser/.
> This seems like a fairly good parser, with New BSD Licence, which I think
> is compatible with licence of PMA.
> Some problems with the project IMO,
> 1. Probably, not active. (Last commit in September 2014, with last release
> in April 2014)
> 2. Probably does more things than we need (So, maybe bloated for us)
> 3. Does not provide SQL formatting, which is part of current parser in PMA.
> So, we may have to extend the new parser or use something else.
> If we think that this parser is a really good parser, we should use it and
> find solutions to the problems above.
> Solution for 1,3: We can always adopt the project and develop/maintain it
> further. (Because we need it :P)
> Solution for 2: Use it more and provide more features in PMA ;)
> If the team does not like or want to use the external project. I am ready
> and excited about writing a new parser/analyzer.
> Also, if someone can list some more examples where we need to parse SQL
> queries, it would be helpful to understand the project more. I am already
> checking the code-base, but there are chances that I might miss the need of
> it sometimes.
> I would also like some more information about the feature requests listed
> on Idea page, but I will ask this on feature tracker.
> Any other suggestions?
> Nisarg Jhaveri
> નિસર્ગ ઝવેરી
thanks for your interest. It would be better to start from an existing
parser, but I haven't studied the library you suggest. It can be part of
your proposal though.
About formatting, PMA_SQP_format() is only used in 'query_only' mode.
The formatting you can see comes from CodeMirror.
To see examples, I replied to you in one of the feature tickets, but in
general, this should give you a good start:
git grep PMA_SQP_parse
git grep PMA_SQP_analyze
Marc Delisle (phpMyAdmin)
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