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Thu 23 Aug 2012

Liya 2.0.8

Category : Technology/Liya208.txt

I've just released version 2.0.8 of Liya. It includes one bug fix for SQLite date field handling. And I now make Liya able to open connections to MySQL and PostgreSQL databases on non-standard ports. 

This version has also been tested to work with Mariadb databases. And of course, it will also work on Mountain Lion.

I'm now ready to make Pref Panes for MySQL, PostgreSQL and MariaDB that will allow the user to start up the databases on non-standard ports. The primary motivation is so that users can fire up MySQL and MariaDB simultaneously. Currently, MariaDB being a "drop-in replacement" for MySQL, uses the exact same port as MySQL. If you want to have both databases running simultaneously, one or the other has to work on a different port.

And I've just submitted it to the Mac App Store. The last time, it took more than two weeks to get reviewed and approved. Let's see how long it takes this time.

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