The bug was that when using -dr (remote destinations for backups) – you couldn't use –skip-xlogs. Obvious overlook on my side.
Fix was trivial, and so 1.3.2 version was born.
Some time ago I was looking (warning: post in polish) for someone to teach me proper parsing.
One of really great polish Perl programmers – Dozzie – reached out, and helped me. By the way – thanks a lot, Dozzie.
Based on what he taught me, I started writing module for parsing SQL queries. By that I mean proper parsing, with grammar (using Parse::Eyapp), and not set of regular expressions.
My parser is not ready. To say it lightly. Very lightly.
For now, it just knows how to parse the simplest queries like:
I am working very slowly on it, so don't expect any usable version in any defined future. I will get there, eventually, but it is a project that I work on in my free time, after I finish everything else that I could work on in given moment.
This post is intended to announce that I'm working on it (so I will have kind of obligation to do it). And, if anyone is interested – I more than welcome all contributors/reviewers, and perhaps even critics 🙂
Final note – if you'll review the code, and want to comment on ugly list of regexps in Lexer – I know. It will be eventually replaced by one regular expression, but since it will be regular expression built by Regexp::Optimizer – it will not really be readable (though it will be faster than current approach).