From: Marc Delisle <DelislMa@CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca> - 2002-06-19 21:13:54
you are welcome to try this first release candidate for version 2.3.0.
- new page layout for table and db properties
- centralized db for support tables
- can specify a different charset for MySQL and HTML
- utf-8 charset support
- schema output in PDF
- operators in field selection
- translation feedback page
- print view for SQL results
- EXPLAIN support
- generate PHP code from a query
- full database search
- IP-based Allow/Deny
- foreign table display field
- support for some MyISAM table options
- XML export
Some bug fixes:
CURDATE did not work in the function list
a mysql error when dropping fields
alter table was not working on a replicate
bookmark error when the table no longer exists
bad limit of the number of characters for numeric fields
problem with headers in Apache 2
Marc Delisle, for the team.
From: Lance Davis <lance@uk...> - 2002-06-19 23:37:27
On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Marc Delisle wrote:
> you are welcome to try this first release candidate for version 2.3.0.
Why when opening a database does it show a blank SQL window, surely the
structure view would be better.
The same goes for displaying a table.
Is it configurable ??
Could it show both ??
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From: Marc Delisle <Delislma@CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca> - 2002-06-21 12:04:41
Lance Davis wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Marc Delisle wrote:
>>you are welcome to try this first release candidate for version 2.3.0.
> Why when opening a database does it show a blank SQL window, surely the
> structure view would be better.
> The same goes for displaying a table.
> Is it configurable ??
> Could it show both ??
This choice was made to get faster pages, but yes, it could be
configurable. Maybe someone will send us a patch.
And our bet was that the structure page would be used less often, but we
are waiting for user opinion like yours.
When the db-based config module will be ready, we can probably implement
a db-based user-pref module, so every user could configure the page he
wants (on a multi-user phpMyAdmin installation).
As of showing both, I would not like it, the goal of the new design is
to have smaller pages.