I upgraded my Xquartz 2.7.11, and now I have a Dia icon, but it 'bounces' the entire time that Dia is open.
[Mac OS 10.13.2, with Xquartz 2.7.9, Dia-0.97.2-7.dmg] I can't run Dia via its icon. To run it from the terminal, I first need to 'export DISPLAY=:0' before running /Applications/Dia.app/Content/Resources/bin/dia
In either case, there is no DIA icon in the Launch Bar while DIA is running. Though there is an X11 icon.
To run it from the icon in LaunchPad, the bin/dia script needs to be modified to export DISPLAY=:0 before the test in line 27. The reason for the failure seems to be due to the fact that $DISPLAY already contains a value; on my system it is: /private/tmp/com.apple.launchd.ltexsnZtF4/org.macosforge.xquartz:0.
Mac OS 10.13.2, with Xquartz 2.7.9, I can't run Dia via its icon. To run it from the terminal, I first need to 'export DISPLAY=:0' before running /Applications/Dia.app/Content/Resources/bin/dia
The schema I posted is for v4. I used MySQL workbench and then organised the layout based on what I perceived as FKs. I hear what Stéphane is saying about introducing schema based constraints after the fact. When will v5 be released and will there be an upgrade option which preserves existing data as well as formatting within the various text fields? I really like what you guys have created here. It brings together bibliographic referencing, note taking, ability to sort and catagorise, and many other...
I've drawn up a diagram that represents my 1st iteration of what's going on. The tables in the middle have relationships to the resource table (RHS) via the tables on their right. The areas condoned off in yellow indicate that I'm not quite sure how these relate to the resources table (presumably indirectly). In the top left, the tables cordoned off with the blue line represent user related tables. In the bottom left, the tables have to do with WikiNDX in general and are not tightly related to resources....
Ok, I've answered most of my earlier question. There are no FK constraints defined in the database. Would you like me to set them up? (Would make it a lot easier to understand the DB schema.)