SQL Maestro for MySQL History
Version history for SQL Maestro for MySQL shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Jan 04, 2005) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 15.5 updated on Aug 25, 2015
Version 15.5 comes with improved support of the latest MySQL versions including generated columns and fulltext indexes. There are also a number of significant interface enhancements.
v 14.2 updated on Dec 01, 2014
Version 14.2 comes with support for a number of MySQL 5.7 new features, MySQLi based HTTP tunnel, nullable column checker, data export to JSON as well as with some other enhancements.
v 10.5 updated on May 17, 2010
Version 10.5 introduces support for key-based authentication and SSH-2 protocol, insert-or-update data import mode, displaying of MySQL warning messages, and some other new features.
v 9.9 updated on Oct 18, 2009
Version 9.9 features database profile management extensions, completely redesigned Data Import and Data Export wizards, cross-database queries in Visual Query Builder and a lot of other interface improvements.
v 9.2 updated on Feb 20, 2009
Version 9.2 ntroduces improved support for FEDERATED tables, graphical building of queries with UNIONs and subqueries, Italian localization and other features.
v 7.8 updated on Sep 19, 2007
Version 7.8 features reordering columns for existing tables, canceling long-running queries, SQL Formatter, improved Extract Database Wizard and a lot of other useful things.
v 7.6 updated on Jul 02, 2007
Support of UTF-8 data and the Process Browser tool are the main version features. Some other improvements.
v 7.2 updated on Apr 26, 2007
The main feature of this version is Database Designer, a tool to represent MySQL tables and their relationships as ER diagrams.
v 6.7 updated on Sep 11, 2006
Version 5.8 features support of triggers implemented in MySQL 5.0.10
v 1.8 updated on Jan 04, 2005
Version 1.8 features support of table aliases in SQL Editor and Visual Query Builder, a possibility of opening object editors directly from the BLOB Viewer, and various interface improvements.
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