SourceForge team just announced in newsletter that Subversion beta
period has succefully completed and they are ready to provide subversion
service to any project on SourceForge.
In my opinion the main feature SourceForge team implemeted is
* No sync delays between developer and anonymous Subversion access
I think this is a time to migrate. As I remember there was no any
comments against the migration from developers?
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phpMyAdmin 2.8.0-rc1 - February 20th, 2006
A set of PHP-scripts to administrate MySQL over the Web.
The phpMyAdmin Project is proud to announce the immediate
of the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.8.0.
phpMyAdmin is a web administration tool for MySQL databases,
handle a whole database server as well as a single database. Over
it has become the most popular Web GUI for MySQL and is
downloaded between 6,000
and 14,000 times a day, according to SourceForge.net.
The jump from 2.7.0 to 2.8.0 is partly because from now on,
versions with the same
X.Y number will have the same feature set, while the third number
will be for bug
fixes. Also, 2.8.0 has a new web-based setup script.
* PHP 5.1.2 compatibility
* Possibility to hide databases
* Configurable memory limit for import/export
* Better support for CGI
* Web-based setup
* ... and more than 55 bugs fixed
Detailed list of changes is available under
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You can get the newest version at http://www.phpmyadmin.net/
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phpMyAdmin handles the administration of MySQL over the Web. It
can manage a whole MySQL server as well as a single database.
Currently it can:
- create, copy, rename and drop databases
- create, copy, drop, rename and alter tables
- do table maintenance
- delete, edit and add fields
- execute any SQL-statement, even batch-queries
- manage keys on fields
- load text files into tables
- create and read dumps of tables
- export data to CSV, XML and Latex formats
- administer multiple servers
- manage MySQL users and privileges
- check referential integrity
- using Query-by-example (QBE), create complex queries
connecting required tables
- create PDF graphics of your Database layout
- search globally in a database or a subset of it
- communicate in 50 different languages
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Copyright (C) 1998-2000 Tobias Ratschiller
Copyright (C) 2001-2006 Marc Delisle
Olivier Müller <om_at_omnis.ch>
Alexander M. Turek <me_at_derrabus.de>
Michal Cihar <michal_at_cihar.com>
Garvin Hicking <me_at_supergarv.de>
+ many other people
(check the CREDITS section of our
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Marc Delisle/ 2006-02-20
I'm prepearing some themes for the PMA version 2.7 / 2.8.
Some styles and classes are moved and some things are replaced with
wich aren't not supported by all browsers.
Internet-Explorer (the most used browser by non profis) can't handle
the css-command content.
use in php-files '<span class="spacer"> </span>' or what ever, instead
of using '<span class="tab">SQl</span>'
and then to put in css:
IE can't this (perhabs other some browsers too)
I think, we should take a note on some css-commands wich aren't supported
by most used browsers.
I've seen that Sebastian have done a lot last weeks, perhabs it may help me,
if he may be able to contribute a list of current used css-styles, css-ids
and css-classes. So I can remove all old things.
(Many thanks ;)
any browser doesn't support one needed css-command).
Marc Delisle schrieb:
> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>>>> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>>>> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>>>>>> Update of /cvsroot/phpmyadmin/phpMyAdmin/libraries/dbi
>>>>>> In directory
>>>>>> Modified Files:
>>>>>> mysqli.dbi.lib.php Log Message:
>>>>>> - make use of MYSQLI_* constants
>>>>> I knew about the constants but there was a problem with them, can't
>>>>> remember exactly for the moment. Maybe some missing values or wrong
>>>>> values. Did you test the use of constants here?
>>>> tested, found no problems
>>> In HEAD:
>>> Notice: Use of undefined constant MYSQLI_BINARY_FLAG - assumed
>>> 'MYSQLI_BINARY_FLAG' in
>>> /phpMyAdmin-HEAD/libraries/dbi/mysqli.dbi.lib.php on line 465
>>> PHP 5.1.2
>>> MySQL 5.0.18
>>> To reproduce:
>>> On main page, click "Show processes", then click our Refresh link.
>> cannot reproduce
>> with same as above and Windows, mysql client 5.0.18
>> whats your
>> mysql client libary version?
> MySQL client library is 4.1.12.
> Server OS is Linux.
> Note that I still have the bug when connecting with mysqli to a MySQL
> 4.1.13 server.
> The bug also happens when browsing any table. Does your setup display
> notice errors?
no errors at all
MYSQLI_BINARY_FLAG is defined!
seems to be a bug with older client libs
while working on bug #1431615 'Exporting specific rows from query with join'
i wonder if it would be wise to always include db and table names in
references used in queries generated by phpMyAdmin?
i think it does no harm to add this, and it is more secure as it is
absolutely sure what column is meant by this query, especially with
delete queries - if ever in error a wrong database is selected before
delete query is executed.