[Phpmyadmin-devel] feature: mysqldiff

Marc Delisle delislma at CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca
Tue Oct 15 13:37:02 CEST 2002


are you talking about diffing the structure of tables, or the data?


Eric Persson a écrit:
> Hi everyone,
> Sorry for the intrusion in your daily development, but I've been lurking 
> the list for quite a while, just out of interest in phpmyadmin and its 
> continous forthcoming.
> However, I have a feature request or pieaces to a possible idea. I first 
>  thought about creating the whole thing from scratch, but it would be 
> nice to have it integrated with phpmyadmin, so if this is interesting I 
> could add some hours to this function and others as well, if wanted.
> Well, a short description of the idea, I develop various sites using 
> php/mysql on a daily basis, and use cvs for the php sourcefiles and also 
>  for mysqldumps of the database which changes from time to time.
> And when Im finally done with modifications I'd like to make diff two 
> databases/tables and get a resulting alter query which would perform the 
> changes. Today I log all alter queries and then apply them to the target 
> database. This works of course, but the diff seems much nicer  and 
> wouldnt need a examination of the target table for any versions mismatch 
> and so on.
> So, does anyone find this interesting and is it a thing that could be 
> good for phpmyadmin as you see it?
> Looking forward for input and answears.
>    Eric
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