Release Notes: This release adds support for the python-pgsql module to resolve dependency problems on some operating systems (pyPgSQL is still supported) and official support and binary packages for OpenSUSE.
Release Notes: This release adds syntax highlighting (including PostgreSQL dialect and data types), support for double quoted strings, and a rewritten multi-level undo/redo system.
Release Notes: This release adds major enhancements in that the UI has been rewritten from scratch for more consistency and there is GTK+ integration (uses GTK+ stock items and preferences) and I18N support. This release also adds "Save query", "Save Results", and "Save All Results" functions, and an automatic connections history.
Release Notes: This release features an important bugfix in date handling. This bug prevented the use of dates in SQL query in format other than 'POSTGRE' (ISO, European, SQL).
Release Notes: This release includes major bugfixes in the PL/pgSQL and other procedural languages use. The INTERVAL PostgreSQL type is now handled correctly, and errors in multiple queries does not stop the script. New features include handling of log messages from procedural functions, the ability for multiple queries to mix SQL queries and psql commands, different colors on notebook text (for errors, logs or results), the ability for each query have its own error tab, and the use of the new Gtk FileChooser. In addition, the MS Windows version in now able to execute psql commands.
Release Notes: This release brings major feature improvements, in addition to minor bug corrections. The results of multiple SQL queries are displayed in multiple grids, the history is saved between sessions, the connection is now in auto-commit mode, and it's possible to execute psql commands.
Release Notes: This version allows the execution of multiple queries (separated by ';') and the execution of external SQL scripts. It is available as a native executable (.exe) for Microsoft Windows, in addition to the traditional, portable Python script.
Release Notes: This release improved portability. The frontend now runs on *BSD, Linux, and Microsoft Windows.
Release Notes: This version uses a different driver to access PostgreSQL to make it portable to Microsoft Windows. Threads are used for running queries.