> That's right, and initially they will only serve MySQL, but it will be
> extendable to support any db system. It will be GPL (or licenseable, but
> since it's a tool and not a platform IMHO GPL is ok).
> If things work out as they seem, I'd contribute the pgsql stuff.
That would be great news indeed. Currently there is a lack of an Open Source
heavy duty database design tool.
If it can be compared to Erwin, it will be a big win - if it can do both
reverse and forward engineering of databases.
Do you know if it will support triggers, FK's, functions, schemas, etc ?
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