SQLizer v3.0.5 has been released and here’s the headlines:
tab delimiters into the new csv/tsv category, so you’ll now have the option to pick from there:
This is to allow the new selection of
custom where you can pick your own delimiter character to separate fields in your CSV. Pipe, colon, whatever weird character your data-author decided to use, we support it!
Miscellaneous fixes and improvements
We fixed a pesky bug where cell range auto-detection failed on some Excel 95 .xls files - no more! Maybe time to convince the boss to buy you a newer version of Excel?
We’ve overhauled our help & API documentation pages, adding more detail, syntax highlighting, and tab-switching between different database versions.
🖤 The SQLizer Team
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