Kexi 0.9: Changelog
- Database forms are now officially supported
- Many improvements in handling server databases
- For users' convenience, Tabular Data View's behaviour is similar to Form Data View's behaviour
- Data and project migration from existing data sources (SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL)
- Microsoft Access MDB database file import available as optional KEXIMDB plugin.
- Tens of overall improvements and hundreds of bugfixes.
Features in progress
- Scripting using Python language
- CSV and Clipboard Data import
New Developers On the Board
Three new proffesional software developers joined the Kexi Project:
- Martin Ellis who contributed with updated MySQL driver, KexiDB improvements and MDB (MS Access databases) support. The latter feature is highly expected by many users.
- Sebastian Sauer who contributed with excellent, well designed Scripting Module (KROSS) together with Python language bindings for KROSS. These features will be the subject of Kexi 0.2 release.
- Christian Nitschkowski who contributed with various forms' graphics effects, KInitiator (to be included in 0.2) and helper dialogs.
Kexi on Linux (e.g. Debian) is available for many architectures, including 64-bit Intel/AMD and Apple PowerPC.