Kevora is now available at http://gitorious.org/kevora, too. So, if you want to contribute to the project, a fast and easy way is to access/clone the code from the Gitorious repository. We will continue to update the source at Kevora's CVS repository provided by sourceforge: http://kevora.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/kevora/kevora-1
Kevora version 0.1.1.0 is based on Qt 4.5. Some improvements were made and some bugs corrected. This is still a pre-alpha version, but it already provides connections, execution of sql statements and some data export operations.
Kevora will be compiled in Qt 4.5. Actually, We did this compilation, but the installation packages aren't ready yet.
Kevora is being updated to offer support for Sqlite and Firebird databases. Actually, the code from our cvs repository already provides this support. Although, we still need to test operations over firebird connections.
Kevora is now migrating to Qt 4.4.3.
Kevora will provide support for this database, too. Easily, I compiled the firebird (interbase) plugin. It's time to adjust this new support.
I'd like to invite developers who like Qt4 and databases to join Kevora's project. The project also needs help from translators and anyone that wants to give suggestions and tips.
Graphviz diagrams will show the dependencies between tables. It's an easy way to show user dependencies between selected tables.
As Kevora is a GPL software, it will use QOpenOcci, a free plugin to connect to Oracle Databases, instead commercial plugin provided by commercial version of Qt. Now, Kevora's development will concentrate on its database modules.
This file for downloading is not a full functional IDE. It does not provide database connection yet, it only offers a first prototype of kevora.
Qt Programming is really a pleasure... Just some weeks ago, kevora was only a scratch. Now, the first interface prototype is almost ready...
Kevora development was started due to some programmers' needs for an IDE not oriented to Java, light-weighted and designed to Oracle Databases.
Despite of the existence of another good similar tool (GTKO), Kevora will instead follow KDE standard.
Any KDE programmer, documenter or tester, will be welcome to help us.