Emma is a graphical toolkit for MySQL database developers and administrators. It provides dialogs to create or modify MySQL databases, tables, and associated indexes. The results of an executed query are displayed in a resultset where the record data can be edited by the user, if the SQL statemant allows for it. The SQL editor and resultset view are grouped in tabs. Results can be exported to CSV files. Multiple simultaneous opened MySQL connections are possible. Emma is the successor of yamysqlfront.
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Release Notes: This release adds an experimental "pretty-format" plugin to indent SQL queries for good readability. This also includes a "compress query" button, which will remove all unneeded whitespace (useful for inclusion in source code). The tree view cursor position will be stored/restored per query tab (much less annoying). It is possible to select a GTK theme via the config file, either as an absolute pathname or as an entry beneath /usr/share/themes/. The query tab names can be automatically filled with the host/ database name (default until changed by the user).
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. Debug output is hidden by default. Command line options for output handling. More copyright information. An initial experimental pretty format plugin.
Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite of yamysqlfront in Python. This version has been in productive use for weeks now, but didn't have all the features of yamysqlfront until now. It features multiple query tabs (each with its own database connection and character encoding), editable query results, query templates, the ability to export query result as an SQL script, and a table schema editor.