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ANNOUNCE: Glom 0.8.17

From: Murray Cumming <murrayc(at)murrayc(dot)com>
To: gnome-announce <gnome-announce-list(at)gnome(dot)org>
Cc: glom-devel-list(at)gnome(dot)org,pgsql-announce <pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: Glom 0.8.17
Date: 2005-03-22 13:07:13
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*** Glom

Glom is a GUI that allows you to design database table definitions and the
relationships between them. It also allows you to edit and search the data in
those tables. The design is loosely based upon FileMaker Pro, with the added 
advantage of separation between user interface and data.

Glom uses the PostgresSQL database backend but it can not edit databases
that it did not create, because it uses only a simple subset of Postgres
functionality.

Here are some screenshots:
http://www.glom.org/screenshots/

Glom is written in C++, with gtkmm, Bakery, and libgdamm.

More information is at
http://www.glom.org


*** Obvious/Known problems.

* There is no printing/reports.
* Calculated fields don't fully work yet.

*** Changes

glom 0.8.17

* User/Groups Administration: 
  Choosing the Developer/Users menu now allows you to 
  create groups and specify view/edit/create/delete 
  access rights for each table for each group.
  This is a lot of new code, so there are sure to be 
  some new bugs here.
* Developer mode: Now only possible for users who are in 
  the developer group.
* Details view: You can now right-click on a field to add
  a field, group, or related records.
* Ignore pga_* tables created by pgadmin. 


http://www.glom.org

-- 
Murray Cumming
murrayc(at)murrayc(dot)com
www.murrayc.com
www.openismus.com


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