Copper is the feature-wise Linux port of the Windows-only software Golden32 by Benthic. It allows developers to view data in a table format rather than in SQLplus, and lets you do select, insert, update, delete, commit, and rollback. It supports Oracle and MySql, and features a tabbed view to manager your queries, syntax highlighting, right-click updates, and a table/column browser.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Desktop Environment GNOME Software Development|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has better MySQL support (error messages, updating, etc.), a preferences dialog which contains settings for syntax highlighting, and checkboxes for inserting the selected table and column name into query text. There's also improved file support.
Release Notes: Fixes for GUI bugs and a crash when browsing table list and executing query.
Release Notes: A new table/column browser, experimental syntax highlighting, a keyboard shortcut, and commandline arguments.
Release Notes: A new GNOME MDI (notebook) GUI, experimental MySQL support, autoconf setup, better thread and connection handling, ability to cancel long queries, and a base for future DB implementations.
Release Notes: Some eye candy has been added. The user's query now runs in a background thread, which you can (hopefully) stop. There are miscellaneous fixes.