I'm pleased to announce the release of pgAdmin II v1.6.0.
pgAdmin II is a comprehensive PostgreSQL management and administration
tool for Microsoft Windows platforms. For more information and
downloads, please visit the website at http://www.pgadmin.org/ (kindly
hosted by hub.org).
This release is the third stable release of pgAdmin II. Many thanks to
all those who contributed code and helped out with beta testing.
Changes/updates from the previous (1.5.60) version include:
- Behave nicely if the logfile cannot be opened.
- Correctly delete records in some circumstances when they haven't been
editted first and the primary key is not the first column.
- Fix a bug in the Access Exporter that caused a crash when there was
only 1 record to export [Frank Lupo].
- Fix select on operator when loading after adding a new one [Frank
- Add drop object using cancel key [Frank Lupo].
- Add function node on trigger [Frank Lupo].
- Fix AutoSizeColumnLv if element of listview is zero [Frank Lupo].
- Fix clone CloneFunction [Frank Lupo].
- Move highlight words to Keywords.txt and use for quoting as well
- Set default schema to public in edit grid [Frank Lupo].
- Don't allow reseting of statistics with PostgreSQL < 7.3 [Frank Lupo].
- Don't warn the user about vacuuming in use tables for PostgreSQL >=
- Create objects correctly when their parent node isn't yet created.
- Import fixed length columns correctly.
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