Flamerobin Version 0.6.0 is released

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Changes in FlameRobin 0.6.0 ALPHA

New features

  • DDL extraction for all object types
  • Rebuild View option (drop and recreate dependent objects)
  • Option to drop database

Enhancements and Bug fixes

  • TCP port setting is not longer ignored when creating, backing up and restoring databases
  • New dialog for index creation.
  • Field properties dialog can now be closed when no changes are made.
  • Main tree control now behaves natively on all platforms.
  • Progress dialog when connecting has ability to cancel
  • Windows: FlameRobin doesn't destroy Clipboard contents when exiting
  • Gtk2: Reduced font size for property pages.
  • Gtk2: allow user to enter filename in dialogs.
  • Other minor UI improvements.
  • Faster disconnecting.
  • Faster startup of SQL editor, statement history stored in separate files.
  • Warn when copying data from the grid and not all rows have been fetched.
  • If error happens while executing selection, the executed statement is selected in SQL editor.
  • Fixed problem with context menu and large selection in SQL Editor.
  • Fixed hiding of SQL editor behind other windows.
  • Data grid is now scrolled by rows
  • Triggers can be added/dropped from table's "Triggers" page.
  • Take character set and collation into account when adding new columns.
  • Configurable columns (default value, description) on table's property page.
  • All UPDATE statements were treated as DDL. Fixed.
  • Fixed bugs in statement parser.
  • Preserve character sets when altering procedures.
  • Added missing whitespace between AS and procedure source.
  • Privileges are restored after ALTER VIEW.
  • Property pages are now updated after ALTER INDEX and SET STATISTICS
  • Custom charsets are now really used when connecting to database.
  • Logging can now log SET TERM statements if desired.
  • Logging now detects if target directory doesn't exist.
  • Updated documentation about building FlameRobin.
Posted by Anonymous 2006-03-19

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