pgloader 3.4.1+dfsg-1 source package in Ubuntu


pgloader (3.4.1+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New release, bugfixes and new features

 -- Dimitri Fontaine <email address hidden>  Thu, 06 Jul 2017 16:51:53 +0300

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pgloader_3.4.1+dfsg.orig.tar.gz 1.2 MiB 9eca21b3db32abafee8b3ccf2732108396421d4486286dd36d3ef0f2e05c4709
pgloader_3.4.1+dfsg-1.debian.tar.xz 5.8 KiB 09ed061a0e2487ba427d69f99f8f0d822450486273f4f339e102ff82be3830dc

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pgloader: extract, transform and load data into PostgreSQL

 pgloader imports data from different kind of sources and COPY it into
 The command language is described in the manual page and allows one to
 describe where to find the data source, its format, and to describe data
 processing and transformation.
 Supported source formats include CSV, fixed width flat files, dBase3 files
 (DBF), and SQLite and MySQL databases. In most of those formats, pgloader
 is able to auto-discover the schema and create the tables and the indexes
 in PostgreSQL. In the MySQL case it's possible to edit CASTing rules from
 the pgloader command directly.