[ANN] CrunchyFrog 0.4.0

Andi Albrecht albrecht.andi at googlemail.com
Sat Jul 11 20:56:20 CEST 2009


I'm pleased to announce CrunchyFrog 0.4.0.

CrunchyFrog is a SQL client mainly (but not solely) for the GNOME desktop.
Skip down for more information.


Visit the project page http://crunchyfrog.googlecode.com for more
information about requirements and pre-built binaries.

Changes since 0.3.4

Release Highlights:
 * Auto-completion of tables, columns and SQL syntax (issue36,
   suggested by nearyd).
 * New terminal widget to access data sources by their native
   database shells.
 * Added support for Firebird, Informix and MaxDB (issue49, reported
   by marcin.matlag).
 * Support for custom start commands when opening a new database
 * Improved SQL formatting.
 * Fancy statment markers, derived from Giggle's browse view.
 * Cleaned up data source manager (issue32, reported by robertknight).

New Features:
 * Execute statement at cursor position with Ctrl-F5.
 * Keyboard shortcuts to jump to next/prev statement (issue57).
 * Result grid supports Ctrl+C to copy selected cells (issue63,
   reported by Martin Brochhaus).

Bug Fixes
 * Fixed execution of statement with Oracle (issue50, thanks to
   massimiliano.bini for reporting and testing).
 * Moved user specific files and directories to proper locations
   according to XDG Base Directory Specification (issue56, reported by
 * Replaced some libgnome dependencies with gio/glib functions
   (incl. issue2). Gnome dependencies are now fully optional.
 * Removed gnome-extra-icons depedency (issue22).
 * Improved packaging (issue60, issue61, reported by m... at vee.net).

 * Improved detection of mime types and default applications of BLOB
 * Removed reference plugin (issue54) and LDAP backend. The LDAP
   backend is gone in favor of supporting more relational database


Homepage:    http://crunchyfrog.googlecode.com/
Screenshots: http://picasaweb.google.com/albrecht.andi/CrunchyFrogScreenshots
Download:    http://code.google.com/p/crunchyfrog/downloads/list
Discussions: http://groups.google.com/group/crunchyfrog
Issues/Bugs: http://code.google.com/p/crunchyfrog/issues/list



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