Release Notes: Support for SQLAlchemy 0.8.0, and replacement statements for Elixir using pure Declarative. Import and export actions were improved. The history of every form can be reviewed from within the form itself. Print previews can be edited right before printing. This release also improved search, updated translations, and added more unit tests.
Release Notes: This release supports Declarative as an alternative to Elixir, adds a configurable toolbar to the default form view, adds column groups in the list view, cleans the default models, and adds various bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: The focus of this release was moving to SQLAlchemy 7.x and making the GUI more customizable. It is now straightforward to change the menu and the toolbar. New features include support for importing Excel files from the file wizard, configurable toolbars in the one-to-many and many-to-many editor, Spanish translations, the ability to add a close button to a form and to customize the form close action, default values for filters, a configurable main menu and toolbars in the ApplicationAdmin, and rewritten Camelot functions behind toolbars and menus to actions.
Release Notes: This release mainly brings the implementation of the new style actions, using iterators to communicate between the model and the GUI. Other changes are the delayed creation of widgets on tabs to improve performance for screens with many fields, the move to migrate 7.1., a new splash screen, Italian translations, and PySide compatibility.
Release Notes: Refresh now re-executes queries in the table view. Deleted entities are grayed out in the GUI if they are deleted when visible. The settings mechanism is now pluggable. Print preview now exports as PDF when no printer is available. A wizard for creating a new project was added. API documentation was integrated with Sphinx. A UserException class was added. It is a subclass of Exception that can be used to inform the user in a gentle way that they should behave differently. Memory usage was reduced. Experimental PySide support was added. German, French, and Dutch translations were added. Generation of .po files was integrated with setuptools.
Release Notes: The navigation pane is more intuitive. Application actions show up in the home screen. The workspace maximizes when double clicking on the tab bar. Postgres is supported for backing up and restoring. DocxApplicationAction and PixmapFormAction were added. EntityAdmin supports objects mapped with plain SQLAlchemy. Tab behavior of some editors was fixed. Support was added for editing columns in the frozen part of a table view. FileEditor supports removing files after copying them. A progress dialog is shown when records are deleted. A DateTime Editor was added. Most editors now support background_color, editable, and tooltip as dynamic attributes.
Release Notes: The interface is now based on tabs instead of MDI. Table view was made faster. Search queries were improved. More dynamic field attributes were added, such as tooltip, background_color, editable, choices, prefix, suffix, and arrow. SQLAlchemy 0.6.x support was added. Matplotlib integration was added. The new style of signal/slot connections is now used. Columns in a table view were frozen.
Release Notes: Enhanced table views and one2many widgets: more search and filter options and sorting by clicking the column headers. A reworked data importer with validation before import. The ability to back up and restore the database from within the application. Users can translate forms themselves by right clicking on the labels. The documentation has been improved.
Release Notes: This is the first SQLAlchemy 5.x-compatible stable release. New features include dynamic background colors, support for multiple levels of inheritance, lazy translations, a busy indicator, and a generic import wizard.
Release Notes: This release has a lot of small visual enhancements along with better support for reporting. The documentation has increased and contains new screenshots. Support for GUI unit tests and integragion builds was added. The threading code has been rewritten to use QThreads.