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Re: Alternatives to mysql-query-browser



On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 07:03:24PM +0100, Remi Collet wrote:
> 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
> 

Very cool.  I was just in the middle of building Tora for Fedora 10
myself.  Had to modify the .spec file to work with different Oracle
client version (they changed the package name) and qt instead of qt4,
but so far seems to be building.

I'll check yours out as well.

Thanks!
Ray


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