I'm trying to support the feature request . With that we need to think
about export just triggers, just views, just stored
procedures/functions/events etc. I think this would be practically needful.
Anyway, I'm not sure about how we could support this with the current
custom export form. By adding new radio button (views/triggers/SPs) to
'Format-specific options' parallel to structure, data, structure and data
options ? Appreciate your thoughts on this.
 : http://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/feature-requests/1403/
at the last phpMyAdmin team meeting, we started a discussion about an
eventual mobile-ready version.
Some developers mentionned the possibility of using Twitter Bootstrap
for this, while other developers were not sure about the feasibility of
this, due to the amount of data to show when browsing a table, for example.
We would like to take the pulse of the community about such a
development; it might become part of our list of ideas for Google Summer
of Code 2014.
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I'm *Minhaz *an undergrad student (B-Tech Computer Engg) from Delhi
Technological University, New Delhi, India. I have been working on php for
more than 1.5 years now and have contributed to PHPSEC project under OWASP(
http://owasp.org/index.php/phpsec) as core team member.
I would like to contribute to phpMyAdmin and I would really appreciate if
someone could guide me on where should I begin.
This regarding https://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/bugs/4245/ .
I tried to fix it for hours, but I couldn't figure out some of the things.
Bug is, phpmyadmin seems to loose the current 'select query' text after
clicking the browse button or selecting the same table again from the
navigation panel. But it seems to have stored the current order of the
table and also the value of "sort by key" select box. So I need to find out
how they are stored. So we can use the same method to store the query also.
Can please you help ?
Hi, I just want to double-check that there's no programmatic reason why
some columns would be hidden from the user at .
I've done tests of my own with admittedly not huge columns, but large
enough to make the display scroll considerably off my screen, and
haven't been able to find a reason why phpMyAdmin would hide some
columns. I don't ever remember that being a "feature", either, but I've
reached the point here where I wanted to double-check that I'm not
missing something obvious.