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CocoaMySQL is an application to manage MySQL databases (locally or over internet). It lets you add and remove databases and tables, change fields and indexes, view and filter the content of tables, add, edit and remove rows, perform custom queries and dump tables or entire databases.

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Version 0.7b6: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.3 or later
  • MySQL 3.23.6 or later (installed locally or on a remote server)

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René Krcmar Member IconReview+3
René Krcmar
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Won't show the table's contents ...

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Version 0.7b6pre
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jsmilani
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Does anyone know how to get the source code for 7b6?

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Version 0.7b6pre
DarylF2 Member IconReview+15
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CocoaMySQL just keeps getting better and better. Its extremely useful in that it connects both with old MySQL versions (such as the Windows MySQL 3.23.58-nt I need for my work project) as well as the latest versions (such as MySQL 5.0.24-standard on my Mac). I use CocoaMySQL to move databases from the PC running MySQL 3.23.58 to my Mac running MySQL 5.0.24 so that I can do subselect and other more advanced queries not supported by 3.23.58, then move the updated databases back to MySQL 3.23.58.

CocoaMySQL makes this easy, with a very Mac-like GUI, impressive robustness, and good performance!

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Version 0.7b4
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Anonymous
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Great app. Easy to use, good UI, powerful, fast, simple. Almost perfect. The only improvement that I see is to change the slightly ugly buttons and to get rid of the little square line surrounding the "database", "tables", and "encoding" fields on the left. It could be replaced with a more standard nsbox.

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Version 0.5
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Anonymous
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One of the most useful pieces of software i have used! I have been used to tabbing between phpMyAdmin pages to make changes to many databases that i administer and this software has cut out the tediousness of making changes through a webpage.

Also, this software has saved my butt with moving databases from one db server to another that is using different versions. It was always a pain in the butt to use phpMyAdmin's export/import feature because it is very picky. CocoaMySQL handles db dumps and imports very nicely!

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Version 0.5
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Anonymous
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Thank goodness for open source!! I was having similiar problems connecting to databases after my ISP upgraded their install.

Luckily, even though the main developer has forsaken us, others have picked up the torch.

Find a newer, more compatible version here: http://www.theonline.org/cocoamysql/

Enjoy!

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Version 0.5
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Anonymous
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Does not work with MySQL 5.x series. Connects to the server, but will not show the schema or table contents. Bummer.

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Version 0.5
turntablerocker
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nonsense! Works great with 5.0.18.. check your mysql installation!

Radd Member IconReview+11
Radd
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Easily the best MySQL management tool for Mac... which you can take one of two ways, both of which are correct:

On one hand, CocoaMySQL is a pretty solid tool... it's stable, easy to use, quick, and effective... everything you need to make a solid base app.

On the other hand, a good part of the reason it is the best app for this purpose available is that most every other MySQL client for Mac is pretty much abysmal on one level or another.

Sadly, it has been over a year and a half since the last update and we seem to be perpetually left with a, though very solid & stable, "mostly done" app. There is still quite a bit of room for improvement and feature enhancement... no question.

I would probably consider cutting off body parts if I thought it would get development rolling again.

That said... if you're looking for a solid, stable, easy to use MySQL tool for OSX that covers the basics (and thus 90% of what you'll likely need), downloading CocoaMySQL is a no-brainer.

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Version 0.5
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Anonymous
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Very user friendly app. Highly Recommended! (I feel as if I'm leaving a feedback on eBay.)

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Version 0.5
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Anonymous
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A wonderful MySQL DBMS.

Keep up the Good Work!

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Version 0.5
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Downloads 33,544
Version Downloads 2,327
License Free
Date 02 Jan 2007
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free