kdSQL is simple but powerfull MySQL GUI database manager.
Full documentation is included in this package and it's available
on the website too.
For using binaries:
- allow your OS distributor to solve requirements automatically
BUILDING FROM SOURCES
Qmake project is used only for translations.
- Full Qt4.6.3 or later properly installed on path
- building procedure (in the kdSQL root directory):
1) cmake (see Cmake options below)
see available cmake options below.
- cmake (http://cmake.org)
- Qt toolkit, at least version 4.2 or later required (http://trolltech.com)
with sqlite3 module. 4.3 is strongly suggested.
- standard building environment (C++ compiler etc.)
- kdSQL uses cmake building procedure:
1) cmake .
3) make install
Available options for cmake (cmake options .):
build application with the debug symbols
build application with all icons, docs and translation files compiled in
as one binary file. It's useful e.g. for "portable" distribution or fo
Mac dmg files.
This option is set automatically on Windows.
Set this one if you don't have Qscintilla2 libraries and header files
installed. It will use included source codes.
Set this one to 1 if you want to use internal built-in SQLITE3 Qt4 driver.
It's automatically set in MS Windows and Mac OS X environments because
Qt4 is distributed with limited sqlite library compiled in standard driver.
This option is handled automatically by default depending on OS, etc.
Set this one if you really want to use Sqlite extensions. This behaviour
is handled automatically depending on OS, Qt version etc.
Use it very carefully.
Hints for cmake:
- install into specified directory:
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/foo/bar .
- cmake cannot find my Qt (e.g. Arch's /opt/qt):