Projects / GSQL


GSQL is an integrated database development tool for GNOME. It can access a DBMS natively, not via the ODBC layer. Database objects are organized into a tree. Database objects can be handled in an intuitive and easy manner. SQL text is highlighted according to syntax. It includes a query plan builder, a query constructor, a query result exporter, a debugger, a query planner control, database administration functions, and a database system monitor.

Recent releases

  •  25 Mar 2010 05:47

    Release Notes: This release comes with an initial version of the PostgreSQL engine and is a significant step forward in the development of the project. A Plugin Tunnel was added (libssh 0.4.* is required). Some typos and GUI issues were fixed along with a problem where Oracle crashed on deleting variables. Port number was added to the MySQL and PGSQL login dialogs. A MySQL crash with invalid queries was fixed.

    •  23 Dec 2008 09:12

      Release Notes: This release fixed bugs in the oracle-engine with SIGSEGV with the TIMESTAMP data type, restoring the window state after restart, case sensitivity for database object names in mysql-engine, the FreeBSD build, and RPM building. The build system was cleaned up, and files are now installed according to standards. Debian build routines were rewritten from scratch. There were also several improvements.

      •  29 Nov 2008 20:29

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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