Commit dab100d7 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Added keywords from `finder-by-keyword'.

Set version to 1.3.2

(sql-solid-program): Added support for solid.
(sql-help): Doc mentions sql-solid.
(sql-solid): Entry function for Solid.
(sql-buffer): Doc explains the use of the variable and how to change it.
(sql-mode-menu): Included entries for sql-show-sqli-buffer and
sql-change-sqli-buffer; sql-send-region and sql-send-buffer are
disabled if sql-buffer doesn't have a process; sql-send-paragraph is new.
(sql-show-sqli-buffer): New function to display the value of sql-buffer.
(sql-change-sqli-buffer): New function to change sql-buffer.
(sql-mode): Doc explains how to change sql-buffer.
(sql-send-paragraph): New function to send a paragraph.
(sql-mode-map): Added keybinding for sql-send-paragraph.
(sql-mysql): Doc corrected.
(sql-ms): Doc corrected.

(sql-server): Doc fix.
(sql-mysql): Added the use of sql-server to specify the host,
sql-database now specifies database instead of host.
(sql-mode-menu): Send... menu items are only active if sql-buffer
is non-nil.
(sql-help): Changed tag of entry functions a bit.

(sql-mode): Made sql-buffer a local variable, changed the
documentation: removed instructions to add *.sql files to
auto-mode-alist, added documentation for having mutliple SQL
buffers sending their stuff to different SQLi buffers, each
running a different process.
(sql-postgres): Quoted *SQL* in doc string.
(sql-ms): Likewise.
(sql-ingres): Likewise.
(sql-ingres): Quoted *SQL* in doc string, added references to
sql-user and sql-password used during login.
(sql-sybase): Quoted *SQL* in doc string, added comma.
(sql-oracle): Likewise.
(sql-interactive-mode): Added extensive documentation for having
mutliple SQL buffers sending their stuff to different SQLi
buffers, each running a different process.
(sql-buffer): Changed doc from *SQL* to SQLi.
(sql-get-login): Doc fix.
parent 9d7c4eb5
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