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  • Developer Tools | Sequel Pro
    Reference Bundles Core Bundles Contributed Bundles How to use Create your own Submit a bundle Contribute Coding Localization Get Involved Contact Us XCode is required to compile the source code for Sequel Pro You can Install Xcode from the Mac App Store Sequel Pro Donate Get Involved CocoaMySQL Blog Download Nightly Build Server Release Notes Release Archive Issue Tracker Documentation Developers Feature Requests Contact Us FAQs MySQL on Mac OS

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/Developer_Tools (2016-02-10)
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  • Compiling Sequel Pro | Sequel Pro
    you have a local copy of the source on your machine open the sequel pro xcodeproj Xcode project file to browse and compile the Sequel Pro source within Xcode Sequel Pro has no external dependencies or Interface Builder plugins so building is fairly straightforward Sequel Pro currently uses 10 8 Mountain Lion SDK for building while the minimum runtime version is 10 6 Snow Leopard 32 Bit and 64 Bit Xcode 6 does not ship with the 10 8 SDK to install it Find a copy of Xcode 5 If you do not have this installed it is still available from the Apple Developer Centre http adcdownload apple com Developer Tools xcode 5 1 1 xcode 5 1 1 dmg Install or extract the 10 8 SDK Copy or symlink them into your Xcode app Contents Developer Platforms MacOSX platform Developer SDKs After performing these steps the 10 8 base SDK should compile correctly Code Signing If you re making a number of changes or keeping your local copy of the source up to date with the trunk you may be prompted for Keychain access to your passwords every time you launch a new copy in 10 6 This can be very frustrating but there is a solution code signing By signing each build with a private key the keychain records that applications signed with that key all have access to the same passwords so you are no longer prompted with each new compile The Debug build phase is set to look for a code signing key named Sequel Pro Development in your keychain To create this key in Snow Leopard follow these steps Launch Keychain Access located in your Applications Utilities folder Go to the Keychain Access menu into the Certificate Assistant submenu and choose Create a Certificate Enter

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/Compiling_Sequel_Pro (2016-02-10)
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  • Nightly Build Testing | Sequel Pro
    It is usually incomplete and is not recommended for use in a production environment Always BACKUP your data first Backing up your preferences file Due to the potential for preferences corruption when using both a nightly build and a stable release it s a good idea to keep a working copy of your preferences file Make a copy of the following file somewhere safe on your Mac Library Preferences com

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/Nightly_Build_Testing (2016-02-10)
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  • Oh no. Something happened! | Sequel Pro
    Features MySQL Reference Bundles Core Bundles Contributed Bundles How to use Create your own Submit a bundle Contribute Coding Localization Get Involved Contact Us We had a long hard look but we couldn t find the page that you are looking for Sorry Sequel Pro Donate Get Involved CocoaMySQL Blog Download Nightly Build Server Release Notes Release Archive Issue Tracker Documentation Developers Feature Requests Contact Us FAQs MySQL on Mac

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/Web_Hosting_Providers (2016-02-10)
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  • Getting Involved, Source Code, Nightly Builds - Sequel Pro Blog
    for programmers and graphic designers to help out in making Sequel Pro the best Database Management app on Mac OS X Source Code Instructions for checking out the very latest version of the source code are now available Download a copy of the Xcode Developer Tools from http connect apple com and build your own copy of Sequel Pro Nightly Builds If you don t have access to the Developer Tools you can grab the latest build of Sequel Pro daily from our Build Server Posted in Project News 2 Comments Mo February 22nd 2009 I d be happy to run nightlies though I m unlikely to go to the trouble of downloading a fresh one on a regular basis if I m realistic about it Would it be possible for a preference to be added that would allow nightlies to be downloaded and installed via Sparkle just as normal updates are lots and lots of people have been running Webkit nightlies since this was added matt February 26th 2009 Hi Mo This is a very useful feature indeed Rest assured that this feature is already in the process of being added Look out for it in a future build

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/blog/2009.02/getting-involved-source-code-nightly-builds/ (2016-02-10)
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  • What’s on the Horizon? - Sequel Pro Blog
    news is that Mark is currently working on a fresh new user interface for managing privileges Your workflow may require that you Import and Export or backup several databases daily Ben is currently redesigning the export dialogue with a unified interface for exporting to many popular file formats A fresh new preferences window and contextual menus are also on the cards for our next big release thanks to Stuart We are working hard to get these and many other exciting features out the door Donations We would like to thank the generous users who have offered monetary contributions to the project so far We are almost half way to our goal of US1000 which we will be putting towards a new app icon for Sequel pro If you would like to help out it s as simple as clicking the orange donate button on the donate page Keep your RSS Reader subscribed to this blog for all news and updates about Sequel Pro Peace The Sequel Pro Team Posted in Project News 5 Comments MySchizoBuddy February 22nd 2009 Are Views and Stored Procedure support in the roadmap Levi Figueira February 24th 2009 I m pretty sure you guys could get a new icon for free from a top designer given you re a pretty well known open source project Check madebysofa com and the icons they did and offered for free eg Transmission app I bet other icon designers would be able to do it for you guys Worth a shot at least no Good luck guys matt February 26th 2009 MySchizoBuddy Rudimentary support for views is currently built into the latest nightly builds and will most probably find its way into 0 9 4 As for stored procedures Levi Thanks for your support We have already approached two professional

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/blog/2009.02/whats-on-the-horizon/ (2016-02-10)
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  • New Sequel Pro website - Sequel Pro Blog
    own dedicated web space We have some great ideas for Sequel Pro and this website already in development The online documentation for the Sequel Pro app will be online by the next point release If you are currently linking to the Google Code project or MJMedia website from your blog forum please consider updating to the new http www sequelpro com website Add the FeedBurner RSS Feed to your RSS Reader to keep track of our developments Posted in Project News 3 Comments Dmitry December 22nd 2008 It s awesome great work I m surprised there are no comments here This is a fantastic project that really needs more attention Trek July 30th 2009 The latest version of the site did you guys make the icons or is it a set Site note We use SequelPro in our classes and the Windows Linux guys are SUPER jealous matt July 30th 2009 Hi Trek The majority of icons are a set that we purchased from http icondrawer com They are an amazing set of icons There are also a few icons used on the blog that were purchased from iStock http www istockphoto com stock illustration 8603713 blogging icons php Thanks

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/blog/2008.12/new-sequel-pro-website/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Continuing the CocoaMySQL project - Sequel Pro Blog
    favourite MySQL database management app on Mac OS X Posted in Project News 2 Comments Mark Harrison January 1st 2010 What does the SBG stand for in the CocoaMySQL SBG name I have used an older version before and still work in Panther alot Was wondering whether the SBG designation represented a more stable version Thanks for the help Happy New Year Mark matt January 1st 2010 Hi Mark Happy

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/blog/2008.11/continuing-the-cocoamysql-project/ (2016-02-10)
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