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Postgresql AutoDoc

Postgresql AutoDoc has the ability to output XML, which can be loaded into Dia to create a UML diagram of the database (complete with table relations and descriptive information), an HTML form for further detailed information, GraphViz .dot output, and Docbook 4.1 style SGML for inclusion with project documentation as an appendix. It works on any 7.x PostgreSQL-based database.

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  •  03 May 2005 04:47

    Release Notes: This release features lots of template enhancements and improved argument handling for multi-schema support. In the background there was a fair amount of code cleanup as well.

    •  14 Oct 2004 04:11

      Release Notes: A problem where spurious duplicates appeared when columns used reserved keywords was fixed. Table comments were added to the Dia output.

      •  03 Jun 2004 03:10

        Release Notes: Check constraints are now formatted correctly for Pg7.4. Functions using numeric arguments no longer cause perl to segfault. Other bugs were fixed.

        •  22 Mar 2004 23:08

          Release Notes: There is a new template using ZigZag lines for UML diagrams in Dia. Permissions and reserved words in the GraphViz template have been fixed.

          •  29 Nov 2003 20:22

            Release Notes: Several annoying bugs were fixed, including correcting builds with older versions of PostgreSQL (7.2 and 7.1).

            Recent comments

            25 Jun 2004 14:07 builderz

            Congrats
            Great project, always wanted to do a reverse engineering into my database.

            Thanks :)

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