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  • Sequel Pro Developer Blog - Part 2
    includes support for SQLite and PostgreSQL So when deciding on what to include in our new Sequel Pro icon we decided that the database disks could stay but the dolphin had to go Sorry We are pitching ourselves for a spot in your dock alongside some of the best mac developer tools including Coda Things and Versions among others we really think you ll love this new icon in your dock About the icon The icon was created by Na Wong an extremely talented designer from Hong Kong whose work you might have seen before in Postman iPhone EventBox now called Socialite and Dropzone Graphic Artist UI Designer Wanted Na recently gave up freelance work to work at SourceBits so we are now looking for a new graphic artist to fill his shoes If you have a portfolio of exceptional work preferably experience with Mac icons we would love to hear from you You can take the new icon for a spin in our latest 0 9 7 Release Candidate 49 Comments Sequel Pro 0 9 7 Release Candidate December 10th 2009 The release candidate of Sequel Pro 0 9 7 is ready for your testing pleasure Highlights of the new features in this version are New application icon New server processes panel Query favourites editor Filter editor Improved tooltips including image previews Pagination interface for the content view Much faster and more stable import and export Early support for document based connections Ability to stop custom query and content loads Introduction of threading for some tasks Check the issue tracker and report any new bugs you find in this release Any questions can be posted to Google Groups Download 0 9 7 Release Candidate Full Release Notes Note to testers We have made changes to the way Query Favourites are stored If you use Query Favourites and anticipate that you will revert to 0 9 6 or run both 0 9 6 and this release candidate side by side please read this article on Backing up your Preferences file 11 Comments Sequel Pro 0 9 6 now available August 11th 2009 Version 0 9 6 is a major upgrade SSH Tunnel support is now built right in to Sequel Pro You can now filter long lists of tables and sort edit your custom query results We now have built in foreign key support and have included some significant speed and memory usage improvements We have had numerous feature requests coming in via email over the last year and although we don t have enough time to respond to each of your feature request emails we are sure that there will be quite a few people out there who will be extremely happy with this latest release Download Now Release Notes New Keyboard Shortcuts New Feature Screenshots SSH Tunnel Support Foreign Key Support Foreign Key Support 53 Comments Sequel Pro 0 9 6 Release Candidate Updated August 3rd 2009 The team has been working on some great features over the

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/blog/page/2/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Download Sequel Pro | Sequel Pro
    What Now 1 Donate Sequel Pro is a free open source app If find yourself using it frequently consider sending us 10 or 20 via PayPal 2 Read Documentation Learn how to set up an SSH Tunnel find out about keyboard shortcuts and troubleshoot connection issues Documentation 3 Subscribe to the Blog The Sequel Pro Developer Blog is the best way to get the latest news and developments on the

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/download (2016-02-10)
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  • Bundles | Sequel Pro
    Data Viewer Hans Jörg Bibiko Visualise data table row s as user definable HTML page Explain SQL Query Hans Jörg Bibiko Outputs the result of the SQL statement EXPLAIN EXTENDED Database Report Hans Jörg Bibiko Display a report about all databases of the current connection including the possibility to select a database or table via hyperlink Copy Single Line Quoted Hans Jörg Bibiko Takes the current query or the selection

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/bundles (2016-02-10)
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  • Documentation | Sequel Pro
    Get Involved Contact Us Get started using Sequel Pro quickly by browsing through the online documentation to learn how to connect with your MySQL 3 x MySQL 4 or MySQL 5 database server Getting Connected Working with your MySQL server Keyboard Shortcuts Speed up your development Bundles for Sequel Pro Accessorise your app Query View Write queries like a boss Sequel Pro Donate Get Involved CocoaMySQL Blog Download Nightly Build

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs (2016-02-10)
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  • Getting Connected | Sequel Pro
    connecting to a MySQL 4 or MySQL 5 database on localhost with a MAMP install See Connecting to MAMP or XAMPP My SSH connection gives the error SSH port forwarding failed and MySQL said Lost connection to MySQL server at reading initial communication packet system error 0 On the server configure MySQL by editing etc my cnf and comment or remove skip networking from the mysqld section Then restart MySQL Server Tips for using the connection screen General Notes If you enter a database it will be selected when the connection to the server is established Otherwise you can select one of the databases on the server afterwards If you enter no port on a standard SSH connection Sequel Pro uses the default port for MySQL port 3306 If you enter no SSH port on a SSH connection Sequel Pro uses the default port for SSH port 22 In case you already have a SSH key saved on the remote machine you can leave the SSH password field empty Sequel Pro will create the SSH tunnel using that key Click Add to Favorites to save the connection for use next time you open Sequel Pro Passwords are stored in the

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/category/getting-connected (2016-02-10)
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  • Working with Data | Sequel Pro
    This will bring up a dialog box where you can choose what tables you would like to export How do I open an sql file for use with my database To import an SQL dump file using the most recent version of Sequel Pro connect to your MySQL host and select a database then choose Import from the File menu This will bring up a dialog box select the file

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/category/working-with-sql (2016-02-10)
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  • Core Features | Sequel Pro
    Is there a shortcut for running a Query Yes If you press cmd R it will run all the commands in the Query view If you press cmd opt R it will run either the currently selected text as a query OR the entire query in which you are currently positioned How do I create an enum field in a table To create an enum field follow the same procedure as you would for any other field choose enum in the Type column of the Table Structure form and then in the Length column enter the enum values as comma separated quoted strings If you wish to use a default value you should enter it without quotes in the Default column Where does Sequel Pro store the connections The connections strings are stored in the following preference file Library Preferences com sequelpro SequelPro plist The passwords are stored in the Mac OSX Keychain which is stored here Library Keychains login keychain Find more info about the Keychain here http nevali net post 122592107 managing the mac os x keychain The Library folder is invisible in Lion to open it choose Go To Folder cmd shift G and type Library Preferences

    Original URL path: http://www.sequelpro.com/docs/category/core-features (2016-02-10)
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  • MySQL Reference | Sequel Pro
    are running MySQL 3 23 4 0 4 1 Docmentation MySQL 5 Documentation MySQL 5 1 Documentation MySQL 5 5 Documentation Frequently Asked Questions How do I change my root password Run the following query in the Custom Query tab SET PASSWORD PASSWORD parrot How do I import files using the MySQL command line Type Password at a Prompt mysql h 127 0 0 1 u db user p db name import file sql Include Password in Command mysql h 127 0 0 1 u db user p secretpassword db name import file sql How do I export files using the MySQL command line Type Password at the Prompt mysqldump h 127 0 0 1 u db user p db name import file sql Include Password in Command mysqldump h 127 0 0 1 u db user p secretpassword db name import file sql How much space does my MySQL database take up You can run the following command to get a list of the databases on your server and the size in MB they are consuming SELECT table schema My databases sum data length index length 1024 1024 Size MB FROM information schema TABLES GROUP BY table schema Articles

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