sqd - Search::Query::Dialect parser
sqd [-d dialect] [-f fieldname] [-D] [-h] [-b "+||-"] query Examples: % sqd foo or bar % sqd -d sql foo or bar % sqd -d swish foo or bar % sqd -d native foo or bar
sqd is a simple program for testing the output of Search::Query::Parser in various dialects.
sqd is short for Search Query Dialect.
Indicate the dialect to re-serialize your query with.
Indicate the default field name. For SQL, default is NOSUCHFIELD.
Prints the $query object to stderr with Data::Dump.
Set the default_boolop value. Default is +. Set to the empty string "" for an OR search.
Print the usage statement.
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You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Copyright 2010 Peter Karman.
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