[Phpmyadmin-devel] 2.3.0 roadmap discussion
Jay F. Davis
jfdavis at mac.com
Mon Apr 22 11:31:11 CEST 2002
Since you say you will be working on the relation stuff, I have a suggestion:
Can we rename the field names in the relation table to something easier
to understand? Source and Destination don't work for me. How about
Primary and Foreign? That is:
or pkey_*, fkey_*
Or something like this.
What do others think?
On Mon, Apr 22, 2002, Marc Delisle <DelislMa at CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca> wrote:
>Let's discuss the game plan for 2.3.0.
>- Merge the patches currently from the tracker
>- Merge/code the new db-based config
>- code some new features (I will be working on MyISAM options, and InnoDB
>support, + the Relation
>- interface: it's about time we split the pages: db_detail and
>Suggestions for the tbl_properties split
>- generally, we move large sections of tbl_properties to seperate pages
>- an [Export] link at the top, calling a page with the "view dump" dialog
>- an [Attributes] link, for Alter table order by, Comments, Table type,
>and the upcoming MyISAM
>options (and InnoDB)
>- an [Operations] link, for Rename, Move, Copy, Maintenance (4 items),
>Flush, Drop (maybe Insert
>data from a file)
>- a [Structure] link, to show Fields and Indexes, + the Add field
>- (not sure about this) by default, users clicking on a table name would
>see the familiar Browse,
>Select, Insert, Empty, Drop + the 4 new links, at the top, but not the
>structure. I find that most
>of the time, I don't want to see the structure, I just want to type
>queries, use bookmarks, and be
>able to use the other main links.
>- a right/top-frame for the links?
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