CocoaMySQL
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Manage local and remote MySQL databases.   Free
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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.
What's New
Version 0.7b6: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • 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 reviewed on 31 Dec 2010
Won't show the table's contents ...
[Version 0.7b6pre]


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Matthew Langtree tipped on 01 Feb 2009
Information about the CocoaMySQL project is available at http://www.sequelpro.com/cocoamysql.html

Sequel Pro is the continuation of the CocoaMySQL project. Download a copy from http://www.sequelpro.com/

-- Sequel Pro Development Team
[Version 0.7b6pre]


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jsmilani commented on 21 Aug 2008
Does anyone know how to get the source code for 7b6?
[Version 0.7b6pre]


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Aeon tipped on 29 Aug 2007
A great little application!

For those of you who are interested, there's a hidden new beta version (0.7b6) that fixes a lot of the bugs that were bothering me in version 0.7b5. It seems faster too. You can get it from this URL:

http://cocoamysql.sourceforge.net/beta/CocoaMySQL-pre0.7b6.zip
[Version 0.7b4]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 29 Aug 2007
Posted it, thanks.
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klktrk tipped on 20 Sep 2006
Still my favorite graphical interface to MySQL databases. Thanks to the developers for their work.

I still have one MAJOR flaw to point out. Do a MySQL table dump with drop tables on even a medium sized database (50,000 rows, four tables), and prepared to see CocoaMySQL hang (reports 101% processor usage and becomes unresponsive and gobbles up massive amounts of RAM until you force quit it).

This behavior has been verified on three different Macs (PowerPC and Intel) with different OS versions since at least the 0.5 days in CocoaMySQL, and it still exists!

I love CocoaMySQL, but am sad that I still need to use the command line for any data lifting of substance.

Suggestion: Feed the mysqldump to a shell subprocess and just let it notify the application when it is done. This would free up the user interface in the meantime and would handle the memory issues.
[Version 0.7b4]


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DarylF2 reviewed on 06 Aug 2006
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!
[Version 0.7b4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Nov 2005
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.
[Version 0.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Nov 2005
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!
[Version 0.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Nov 2005
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!
[Version 0.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 31 May 2005
Does not work with MySQL 5.x series. Connects to the server, but will not show the schema or table contents. Bummer.
[Version 0.5]

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turntablerocker replied on 12 Jun 2006
nonsense! Works great with 5.0.18.. check your mysql installation!
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Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:02 Jan 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
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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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