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Re: Optimal Postgres Development Process, Software

From: "Andrej Ricnik-Bay" <andrej(dot)groups(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: "Roger Rasmussen" <pgsqln00b(at)australiamail(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Optimal Postgres Development Process, Software
Date: 2006-08-18 01:51:51
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On 8/18/06, Roger Rasmussen <pgsqln00b(at)australiamail(dot)com> wrote:

> JAVA (Netbeans/Eclipse as IDE), .net, C++, Python, all have ODBC and
> can build native clients.
I just can't stand that :} ... Java, that is.


> Glade, (for gnome only?)
> http://glade.gnome.org/
http://gladewin32.sourceforge.net/modules/news/
You'll have to tie the db stuff in using C.


> or Qt (which has inbuilt  postgres support). - C++?
> http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt
Indeed C++ ... very clean class-library, and I really like
their signal-/slot-concept


> pgadmin3
> http://www.pgadmin.org/
It's more of an administrative interface, I don't think you'd want
your users to use that.


> Rekall
http://www.thekompany.com/products/rekall/reviews.php3?PHPSESSID=1f9af609cd5ef61aece8004fb5cf1039
> http://www.rekallrevealed.org/kbExec.py (but enable javascript if it
> is turned off!)
> Tutorial on rekall:
> http://www.linuxmuse.com/articles.php?action=section&article=33&num=1
Looks better and better every time I test it.

> Delphi (Pascal) $
Or Borland C++ builder (does the same things, uses
C++) ...  they may even have a C# version these days,
I'm not keeping up with Windows stuff ;}

> MS Access ($)
But, but ... that's what you wanted to get away from! :}



Cheers,
Andrej

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