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pgst 1.1.0 Released

Posted on Sept. 19, 2004

An intuitive, GNOME-based frontend to PostgreSQL has been released, called pgst, and which is being released under the OSI-Approved Artistic License.

More details and download links for this project may be found at:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pgst/

Dependencies:

* The default PostgreSQL commands

* Bash shell (preferrably Linux)

* Python 2 or better

* PyGTK (and perhaps Glade)

* If printing, then some of the default GNU Linux utilities used for printing

Was developed on RedHat 9 Linux that had all the default RPMs installed on it and nothing more. Uses the same technology for the frontend that Red Hat uses for its GNOME-based control panels. More than likely it will work on any post 2003 Linux in the RedHat and Suse product lines, and many others.

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