Dabo 0.9.0 is the first official release of the framework in six months. Dabo is a desktop application framework for Python and it supports Firebird, of course.
The first official release of the 0.5 series is now available. This version packs a huge amount of change since 0.4 including multiple paradigm shifts in usage as well as countless bugfixes and behavioral and speed improvements. Through a series of prereleases, 0.5 is already on production systems and has been extensively tested by dozens of users. With the first 0.5 release, 0.6 is underway as well and will be where Py3k support is targeted. SQLAlchemy 0.5 is available for download on the download page. A comprehensive migration document is at 05Migration.
There is at least one firebird-specific change:
- Added support for returning values from inserts (2.0+ only), updates and deletes (2.1+ only).
Database .NET is an intuitive database management tool for multi-database.
- Automatically: Create/Shrink/Protect database
- Syntax Highlighting
- Service Manager
- Code Generation
- SQL Example Manager
- SQL Query Batch
- Export to CSV/XML/TXT
- Print Query Results
- … and much more.
- MS Access 97-2003 (*.mdb;*.*)
- MS Access 2007 (*.accdb)
- MS Excel 97-2003 (*.xls)
- MS Excel 2007 (*.xlsx)
- Firebird (*.gdb;*.fdb)
- SQL Server
- SQL Server CE (*.sdf)
- SQLite (*.db;*.db3;*.sqlite)
All-In-One, Simple and Standalone (no install).
Based on .NET Framework 2.0, Compatible with .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5
Audex is a new audio grabber tool for CD-ROM drives based on the application development framework Qt 4 (4.3.x). Archival functions of the extended database mode are in the focus by now.
Several people can use Audex to extract their audio CDs and sync metadata with a single SQL database. Every time someone wants to extract an audio CD that still exists in the database Audex will deny extracting. In normal mode Audex behaves just like every CDDA extractor.
And it supports Firebird:
– Synchronisation of metadata and even covers with MySQL/PostgreSQL/Firebird-Databases (e.g. explore it with a PHP-webinterface).
It gives me great pleasure to announce that NHiberante 2.0 Alpha 1 was released last night and can be downloaded from this location.
We call this alpha, but many of us are using this in production, so we are really certain in its stability. The reason that this is an alpha is that we have made a lot of changes in the last nine months (since the last release), and we want to get more real world experience before we ship this. Recent estimates are of about 100,000 lines of code has changed since the last release.