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CrunchyFrog 0.3.0 has landed

October 24, 2008

A new version of CrunchyFrog is out. Besides a bunch of bug fixes and UI improvements this release adds support for GNOME keyring and finally the SQL editor supports multiple statements, the most visible change in this version.

Splitting of SQL statements for various dialects is very tricky and may fail under certain circumstances. Fortunately the SQL editor is clever enough to mark statements with a little arrow besides the line numbers while you’re hacking. So if you’re not lucky with the splitting of your queriesm you can always disable this feature either by using the context menu (see highlighted entry in screenshot) to temporarily disable it or open the preferences menu and disable it permanently. (Keep in mind, it’s still possible to execute only parts by doing a text selection in the editor.)

Getting CrunchyFrog up and running is simple four step process (assuming all required Python modules are already installed on your system):

  1. Download the source archive
  2. Run tar xvfz crunchyfrog-0.3.0.tar.gz
  3. cd crunchyfrog-0.3.0/
  4. Run ./crunchyfrog

Please file bug reports and feature requests on the issue tracker and feel free to contribute ;-)

One Comment
  1. João permalink
    October 24, 2008 2:32 pm

    Thanks! Great work.

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