Sqlkit provides a GUI named sqledit to edit data in a database, as well as a package (sqlkit) in PyGtk. Sqledit (the application) can be run from the command line with arguments and will pop directly into the table/mask of the data, or without arguments and will present an input mask to write the database URL. Sqlkit (the Python package) provides SqlMask and SqlTable, two widgets for editing database data. It is meant to be used as a base for database desktop applications.
|Tags||Database API Front-Ends|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux mac|
|Translations||English Italian Spanish|
Release Notes: Some improvements in filters: a new filter operator that adds Empty or NULL searches (the OR conjunction was not possible via GUI) and a shortcut to the process of selecting a filter, writing in it, and reloading: Control-Alt-f from the mask/table field entry (as opposed to from the filter's field entry). A fix in the image field whose deletion was not working. Now works with LibreOffice as well as OpenOffice as a template engine.
Release Notes: Sqlkit has been ported to SQLAlchemy 0.7+.
Release Notes: This release adds a very simple and yet very powerful way to create .pdf or .odt files from Sqlkit. It provides a very powerful template system that allows you to compose the layout with OpenOffice.org. No programming know-how is required to create an effective template. This template system, called oootemplate, can be used by any Python module independently from Sqlkit.
Release Notes: The "sqledit" application has a new option that allows you to create the tables if a model is present. The mask widget now automatically switches to a multicolumn layout if no layout is provided and many fields are to be displayed. The setup now creates a sqledit executable for Windows as well.
Release Notes: The German localization has been added. A couple of minor bugs were fixed.