pgEdit 1.2 is available for beta testing. New features include:
Grid-based query browser tool. Result sets of any size are efficiently handled using automatic cursor management (no use of COUNT(*) or LIMIT/ORDER BY to manage paging).
Definition (e.g. function, table, trigger) parsing and searching commands:
Find Definition - Finds the definition source by name (with completion) in any open file. Jumps directly to the definition without prompting if the highlighted text matches the name of a definition.
List Buffer Definitions - List all of the definitions in the file with an icon corresponding to the definition type. Full keyboard control for type-ahead selection, jump to definition (Return), or cancel (Escape).
Option to store preferences (e.g. last connection, syntax mode, character encoding, etc.) in comments within the source file.
Implemented multiple-level undo operations.
Compatibility with PostgreSQL 8.1 (includes psql 8.1). Added tab completion support for new 8.1 SQL commands.
Integrated PHP 5.1 which includes support for PostgreSQL prepared statement processing and execution.
See http://pgedit.com/beta/pgedit for screenshots and downloads.
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