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Tue 12 Aug 2008

Maven 0.7 Beta

Category : Technology/MavenContentsDraAndDrop.txt

I've been using my own CocoaMySQL work-alike, which I'm calling Maven, quite a lot lately.

So I've done some bug fixes and added the ability to move selected data rows and columns from one database to another, just by dragging and dropping - even across database types, like from MySQL to PostgreSQL.

I've also added a keyboard short-cut (Command-D) for deleting tables, columns, and selected data rows.

This latest version (0.7 Beta) can be downloaded from the Maven page.

I've been told there's already an Apache project called Maven. But I'm stubborn about calling this Maven because I think it fits the name more. When I'm through with this, you'll see why.

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