On 10/1/07, Michael Glaesemann <grzm(at)seespotcode(dot)net> wrote:
> > Hello Pedro,
> > You are probably looking for a tool like pgAdmin (http://
> > www.pgadmin.org) or
> > PhpPgAdmin (http://phppgadmin.sourceforge.net). There are also some
> > commercial applications : http://www.postgresql.org/download/
> > commercial
> > However, please take notice that your question is not suited for the
> > pgsql-hackers mailing list : this list is for discussions about
> > developing
> > PostgreSQL itself.
> That may be what he means. Unfortunately "develop PostgreSQL" can be
> taken both ways.
> In case he's working on internals, I believe Emacs is used by a
> number of PostgreSQL hackers. And as for developing PostgreSQL-backed
> applications, I find $EDITOR + psql to work quite well.
Oh, you are right Michael. I've missed the second interpretation of Pedro's
words. My apologises if I got it wrong ...
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