Skip site navigation (1) Skip section navigation (2)

pgAdmin III v1.2.0 Beta 1 released

From: Raphaël Enrici <blacknoz(at)club-internet(dot)fr>
To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org,PgAdmin Hackers <pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: pgAdmin III v1.2.0 Beta 1 released
Date: 2004-09-11 22:36:23
Message-ID: (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
Lists: pgadmin-hackerspgadmin-support
The pgAdmin Development Team are pleased to announce the first Beta
version of pgAdmin III v1.2.0, the well-known GUI administration tool
for the PostgreSQL database system.

This first beta release of v1.2.0 addresses many bugfixes some of them
which were really annoying ones:
- crashes when connecting to a MULE_INTERNAL encoded database
- crashes in certain conditions while using the SQL query window
- cursor disappearing when changing windows focus
... You can find a complete list of fixed issues here:

Many enhancements have also been integrated into pgAdmin III, including:
- extended server status display, showing lock status and log files
- Grant wizard for easy application of privileges to multiple objects
- control of local server processes
- database backup and restore
- export query output to local files
- greatly enhanced font handling
- full support of PostgreSQL 8.0 objects and SQL syntax

You can find detailed download instructions at
(At the time of this writing, source tarball, Win32 and Slackware 
binaries should be available on one of your favourite PostgreSQL mirror, 
Debian GNU/Linux binaries are about to be uploaded and binaries for 
other platforms are being built)

It's been about 9 months since latest stable release and The Development
Team would like to thank all the hackers, port maintainers, translators
and testers that have given up their time to help with the development
of pgAdmin III.

As this is a beta release, there are almost certainly bugs to be found. 
The first of these (a bug in the keyword quoting code) has already been 
found and fixed thanks to user feedback. The more you can find, the 
better the final release will be - so let the hunt begin!

Please, give it a try and report any/all problems to 

[ About pgAdmin III ]

pgAdmin III is a free PostgreSQL database management and
administration tool software and is based on experiences gained in the
development of pgAdmin, and the extremely popular pgAdmin II. pgAdmin
III is written in C++ using the wxWidgets (
cross platform framework, and is currently supported on Windows
2000/XP/2003, Linux and FreeBSD. Ports are worked on for Solaris and
MacOS X systems and patches or success stories with these or other
systems would be appreciated. It is released under the Artistic Licence.

pgAdmin III allows the user to browse database objects, create, crop and
modify them as allowed by PostgreSQL, view and edit data, and run
arbitrary SQL queries using an extremely fast multi-threaded query tool.
Connection to multiple servers at once is supported, using PostgreSQL's
native libpq library. No ODBC layer is used, and connections may be SSL
encrypted if required (this is automatic, based on pg_hba.conf

pgAdmin III has full Unicode support when built against wxWidgets 2.5
(as our binary distributions are), and has been translated into a number
of languages including Afrikaans, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech,
Danish, German, Greek, Spanish, Farsi, Finnish, French, Galician,
Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Norwegian
Bokmal, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese-Brazilian, Portuguese, Romanian,
Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian, Swedish, Turkish, Chinese
simplified and Chinese traditional thanks to the efforts of our
volunteer translators.

Happy Bug Hunting!


pgadmin-hackers by date

Next:From: cvsDate: 2004-09-12 08:45:37
Subject: CVS Commit by andreas: FAQ update
Previous:From: cvsDate: 2004-09-11 22:00:34
Subject: CVS Commit by dpage: Post beta version bump.

pgadmin-support by date

Next:From: Jamie BohrDate: 2004-09-12 03:55:09
Subject: datpath does not exist
Previous:From: Miha RadejDate: 2004-09-10 11:14:34
Subject: Re: locally running servers

Privacy Policy | About PostgreSQL
Copyright © 1996-2017 The PostgreSQL Global Development Group