Release Notes: Notes were added to tables. A new table was added to every database for that purpose (pg_m16e_notes). The ability to drag the whole diagram with the mouse was added. Multiple tables may now be selected and dragged into the diagram.
Release Notes: Improved code generation capabilities, a new engine, and a popup navigator for large diagrams. Many bugs from previous versions have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release features enhanced support for foreign keys, nullable fields, and check constraints. The generated code now allows you to work in a plugable scheme, thus enabling simultaneous work with more then one database from the same program. The ability to reverse engineer a given database was extended to support nullable fields, default values, foreign keys, and check constraints. Many minor enhancements were made to the interface.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and some cosmetics in the interface.
Release Notes: Many bug fixes were made, and there are no more known bugs. A new menu was made to fit in smaller windows. The ability to scale the diagram was added.
Release Notes: The long-awaited support for foreign key constraint generation is finally available. Aliases have been added to tables and fields for GUI generation (via XML). There are several bugfixes.
Release Notes: The full URL for connecting to databases with a JDBC II (or higher) driver is now exposed, code is generated for binding objects to tables, and table data can be exported as XML, providing an easy method of migrating between databases. The license has also been changed to GPL.