Tag Archives: SQLEditor

SQLEditor Dark Mode Canvas

Recently I’ve been working on providing SQLEditor with a dark mode canvas and here is the current development version (running in dark mode): This work should hopefully appear in the next beta release. And of course, with SQLEditor you can … Continue reading

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Rails Migrations and Schemas

A schema.rb file is typically a ruby script containing a call to the ActiveRecord::Schema.define method. A rails migration is a ruby class which inherits from ActiveRecord::Migration and contains a method called up The useful fact that I realized only after … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.6 final

So, if you’ve seen SQLEditor recently, you’ll hopefully have seen that there is a new version out: version 1.6. This got released just at the beginning of December 2009 1.6 is something that I’ve been working on now for a … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.4.4 Released

SQLEditor 1.4.4 was just released on Tuesday, the main feature improvement is the support for compound foreign keys. I posted a bit about this before and the final version is pretty much the same as I described. Unfortunately there were … Continue reading

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SQLEditor: Compound Foreign Keys

The newest version of SQLEditor (1.4.4b1) now has support for compound foreign keys. This is something that people have been asking about for a while now, so I’m pleased that it got included. There are some things that may need … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.4.3b3

So, it’s coming up to the holidays, but there is time for another SQLEditor release. 1.4.3b3 (snappy numbering, yes?) is pretty much a bug fix release. I think that the index creation problems that were happening have now been fixed, … Continue reading

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MySQL before 4.1?

This graph appears to show that most├é┬ápeople polled (97%) are using MySQL 4.1 or later This second poll shows, again, that most people (89%) are using 4.1 or later. The thread at the PunBB forum gives 95% of people polled … Continue reading

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SQLEditor updates

I’ve just released a new version of SQLEditor yesterday, mainly as a bug fix release, but it’s definitely recommended to upgrade. The new beta is 1.4.3b1 which was released 14th November. It fixes a number of bugs, including MySQL comments … Continue reading

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Django Support

Several people have now asked for this, so it’s being really seriously looked at. Plus I’m hopeful that it will be able to support the somewhat different but quite similar Google app engine model class format too Having been working … Continue reading

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SQLEditor releases

This is another quick update about SQLEditor releases in the near future. 1.4.2b1 Currently version 1.4.2b1 is in beta release, it offers a few specific improvements Added support for editing MySQL character set and collation settings on fields and tables … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.4 Final Released

In case you missed it version 1.4 of SQLEditor was released back on July 8th. If you’re using 1.3.9 you might like to consider upgrading. The 1.3.9 upgrade system will be set soon to recommend this upgrade (though 1.3.9 doesn’t … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.4b2

Another day, another beta. (Kind of) SQLEditor 1.4b2 is now available, which is pretty much bug fixing against 1.4b1. There were several issues with 1.4b1 including an annoying bug that would sometimes delete foreign key connectors when you deleted an … Continue reading

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What have I been doing recently?

Well no updates for a bit. Humm? The main things I’ve been working on: 1) SQLEditor. Lots of things are being worked on. The user interface is being rewritten to improve speed and increase flexibility, the data layer is being … Continue reading

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SQLEditor 1.3.2

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SQLEditor 1.3.1

SQLEditor 1.3.1 got released on Friday afternoon, this was really just a bug fix release which fixed a handful of problems that were identified. I think the only major fix was that the new UID system was slightly broken in … Continue reading

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MalcolmHardie Solutions Weblog

About the new MalcolmHardie Solutions weblog. The new weblog will contain posts about SQLEditor and other products. If you already reading Angus Thinks you probably don’t need to read the MalcolmHardie weblog as well because all the posts on the … Continue reading

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static link library to replace dylib in mac os x

This post on the xcode-users list explains a neat trick on how to get xcode to link a static library instead of a dynamic library. Imagine the circumstance: you want to use a particular non-standard version of a native library … Continue reading

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Running Oracle – The Solution

This follows on from my previous posting. Searching for an Oracle This is kind of old news now, because it’s been in use since SQLEditor 1.2 was released. However I though I would explain how I solved the problem that … Continue reading

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