sqled-mode is a major mode for editing (not executing) SQLPLUS, SQL and PL/SQL code.
Its main features are:
key_name1 NOT NULL CHAR(5) key_name2 NOT NULL CHAR(5) key_name3 NOT NULL CHAR(5) column_name1 INTEGER column_name2 VARCHAR2(2000)
WHERE x.key_name1 = y.KEY_NAME1 AND x.key_name2 = y.KEY_NAME2 AND x.key_name3 = y.KEY_NAME3
It has only been tested with Oracle, since thats the only database I have any experience with, and only under unix and linux. It was developed for use under X, with one sqlplus window and one emacs window open, allowing for cut-paste between the two windows.
Yay! Yet another mode to test out for programming PL/SQL on Oracle… It’d be great if all these SQL/PL/SQL modes where merged in some way. Well, one can always dream… – MaDa