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phpPgAdmin 4.1 Released

From: Robert Treat <xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: phpPgAdmin 4.1 Released
Date: 2007-01-21 04:39:46
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phpPgAdmin 4.1 Released

January 20th, 2007

The phpPgAdmin Team is proud to announce a new major release of
phpPgAdmin. Version 4.1 adds many new features, bug fixes and
updated translations over the previous version.


To download right now, visit:

(RPMs available soon)


To give the fully-functional demo a try, visit:

New Features

* New icons by Niko <ennixo(at)free(dot)fr>, from the graphics repository on 
* Added icons to bread crumb trail and tabs.
* Send encrypted passwords over the wire wherever possible.
* Alter sequence, nextval and setval (Guillaume)
* Auto-select 'WITHOUT OIDS' if 'default_with_oids' setting is false 
* Autovacuum configuration support (Robert Treat)
* Basic ROLE support (Chris Kings-Lynne, Javier Carlos)
* Add support for SSL connections (Eric Kinolik)
* Display content of pg_locks view (Javier Carlos)
* Add labels for checkboxes/radio buttons for improved usability (Guillaume)
* Display Prepared Transactions (Javier Carlos)
* Re-enable table browsing from tree icons (ioguix)
* Add Support For IN/OUT Parameters (John Jawed)
* Add column level information into the tree browser (ioguix)
* Promote column level interaction into its own page (ioguix)
* Add automatic lookup of foreign key values in insert/update fields (John 
* Add ability to create/drop/alter custom aggregates (Javier Carlos)
* Add enable/disable trigger (John Jawed)
* Add global comments for databases and tablespaces


The phpPgAdmin Team

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