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Epictetus 0.3.1

 
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Today i've released new version of my free database client
 
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Congratulations for your work!

By the way Epictetus was a cool philosopher.
 
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Screenshots are looking coool. Congrats pal.
I am giving it a try.

Cheers and thanks for sharing.
 
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You know, Konstantin. You did the great job. Its cool. In fact, I was looking for some client for MySQL, but end up with running Navicat (free version) using wine on my openSUSE machine. MySQLBrowser is so so and didn't try Tora this time, don't know why. Yours is so far so good.

Cheers.
 
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Is there any chance of relaxing the Java 6 requirement? Java 5 still rules in my part of the world (and for quite a few other people, too, I think).
 
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Ulf, me too..
 
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Hello everyone,

Thanks for comments. I didn't expect them
I think you are right I should try to make it compatible to java 1.5.
 
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Hi all,

Current version works with databases that I installed and tested myself. I would be very grateful if someone will test Epictetus on other databases. First of all I need PostgreSQL and DB2 users.

Thanks
 
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I'd be happy to test it with PostgreSQL if it worked with Java 5.
 
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Hi Ulf,

You can send me a message with your email and I will give you a link to new version, compatible to java 1.5
 
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My email address is in my profile.
 
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