Re: Alternatives to mysql-query-browser

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Ray Van Dolson a écrit :

> In the past I've used Aqua Data Studio (commercial) and Tora.  Tora is
> slick but requires that the Oracle Client libraries be installed on
> your system.  Its MySQL support was kind of an after though I believe
> and relies on QT functionality to provide it.  I haven't tried it since
> the FC3 days and have no idea if it would even work to talk to MySQL
> now.
> 
Probably, it's time to test the new 2.0.0 version.

Of course Oracle Client still needed, and Tora cannot go to Fedora
because of this (I haven't try to build it without Oracle support).

So : http://blog.famillecollet.com/post/2009/01/06/tora-2.0.0-1

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