[Phpmyadmin-devel] [Phpmyadmin] Interested in Participating in GSoC 2010

ANKIT GUPTA ankitatbits at gmail.com
Tue Apr 6 23:54:18 CEST 2010


I also think that making a separate window will make things complex.
so i think we will stick to the present design as of now,
until something new comes.

i have almost fixed the bug *Sync S + D : only S - ID: 2981127*
now am just doing the testing.

I found one more bug in the synchronization tab.
once the "Apply Selected button" is pressed.
we see extra "G" button for  empty tables also.which was not coming before
this button click.

i will fix this as a separate bug.


On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 8:15 PM, Herman van Rink <rink at initfour.nl> wrote:

> ANKIT GUPTA wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > will update my proposal.
> >
> > for the sub query option with "where" we still don't have any visual
> > builder............... one way which i thought was having a link
> > ->"build query" which will open a complete new query building window .
> > but this will make thing complex and i don't want to show a new window.
> > what you think??
> Making this nestable might add a natural force to write clean re-usable
> code. But the risk of making this to complex seems very serious.

> also i have started looking through the code for phpMyadmin ,
> can u suggest me what all sections in present code are related and can
> be used for visual query building
> this will be of great help .

> Besides the Designer I'd look at the relational code for innodb and the
> internally stored relations for myisam. And obviously the Query tab.
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