Re: [pgadmin-hackers] I'm Back

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page
It's rumoured that Jean-Michel POURE once said:
 On Friday 20 June 2003 23:22, Dave Page wrote:
 pls see the src directory on snake for a pre-bootstrapped source
 distro.

 Several packagers will be building from CVS, because we do not need to
 fetch  the whole archive. Would it be possible to run a cron job every
 2 hours to  bootstrap and commit to CVS? I can do it if you whish.

If someone adds the configure script I *think* that will be enough. As we
shoudl all test changes before committing, anything that does get
committed should include the updated script.
Regards, Dave.





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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Make install of .mo and .po files in pgAdmin3

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page
It's rumoured that Jean-Michel POURE once said:
 Dear all,

 I cannot find any language files ( .mo and .po) installed under
 GNU/Linux,  although the required paths were added to Make.am. I miss
 something very  simple... Could you explain me how to make install
 these files?

I added them to the source tree only. I posted a message asking where
(/if) they should actually be installed as well but no-one replied.
Regards, Dave



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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page
It's rumoured that Jean-Michel POURE once said:
 Is there a Debian host online that could allow a similar job. If not,
 I will find one.

 I am posting your answer on pgAdmin3 list. If someone has a host for
 you, he  may get back to you.

 May I suggest a solution: buy a VIA Epia C3 card (88€) including a
 500 hz  onboard fanless processor, lan and everything. More information
 on  http://www.mini-itx.com. I have two Via Epia 800 which wake up,
 compile then  go down. There are better prices in Paris, I drop you a
 mail if you are  interested.

Jean-Michel; Mark  I recently played with: http://www.usermodelinux.org/
which lets you run Linux VM's on your Linux box. They have their own
filesystems, and can run any distro if you put the work in. Currently you
can download pre-build Debian, Mandrake, Red Hat and Slackware (as well as
Tom's RTBT and a few others).
Perhaps snake could host some build hosts?

Regards, Dave.



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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feature freeze?

2003-06-22 Thread Jochem van Dieten
Dave Page wrote:
So people - any more essential features? Shout now or forever hold your
peace (well, until the next release anyhoo)!!
Not essential, but I have some further requests:

query dialogue: button to explain analyze

double click in tree: give user option to open property page, do nothing 
or view data

dump/restore
(Maybe as a plugin that uses pg_dump and pg_restore to reuse the 
existing functionality but has a clickety-click interface.)

Smarter use of connections
If I connect to a database cluster and the initial database is the same 
as the database I am working in, why would pgAdmin 3 require 2 different 
connections?
(On a related note; will the disconnect feature make it into the beta?)

Jochem



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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feature freeze?

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page
It's rumoured that Jochem van Dieten once said:
 Dave Page wrote:
 So people - any more essential features? Shout now or forever hold
 your peace (well, until the next release anyhoo)!!

 Not essential, but I have some further requests:

 query dialogue: button to explain analyze

Should be easy (I think). We already have explain.

 double click in tree: give user option to open property page, do
 nothing  or view data

There is an option already to select property page or expand node (which
is probably your do nothing).
 dump/restore
 (Maybe as a plugin that uses pg_dump and pg_restore to reuse the
 existing functionality but has a clickety-click interface.)

If this is done, it will reuse PostgreSQL code, however we already decided
this was a v2 feature.
 Smarter use of connections
 If I connect to a database cluster and the initial database is the same
  as the database I am working in, why would pgAdmin 3 require 2
 different  connections?

Just the way it evolved I guess. I can't see any immediate reason why it
couldn't reuse the initial connection.
 (On a related note; will the disconnect feature make it into the beta?)

I thought it was there already - I'll take a look.

Regards, Dave



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[pgadmin-hackers] New Autoconf code II

2003-06-22 Thread Adam H . Pendleton
Oops.  Here is the actual code.

ahp


acinclude.m4
Description: Binary data


configure.ac
Description: Binary data


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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging

2003-06-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Sunday 22 June 2003 11:12, Dave Page wrote:
 Jean-Michel; Mark  I recently played with: http://www.usermodelinux.org/
 which lets you run Linux VM's on your Linux box. They have their own
 filesystems, and can run any distro if you put the work in. Currently you
 can download pre-build Debian, Mandrake, Red Hat and Slackware (as well as
 Tom's RTBT and a few others).
 Perhaps snake could host some build hosts?

I was thinking of using Bochs, which is a virtual machine, without real 
interest because it is slow.

I had never head of http://www.usermodelinux.org before your email. Where can 
we download pre-built distro? I cannot find the downloading address. The 
advantage is that several distros are installed without emulation... Quite 
interesting, why not? Don't use Snake as a build host, we need it until your 
system is up-and-running.

Cheers,
Jean-Michel


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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page


 -Original Message-
 From: Jean-Michel POURE [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Sent: 22 June 2003 21:18
 To: Dave Page
 Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging
 
 
 On Sunday 22 June 2003 11:12, Dave Page wrote:
  Jean-Michel; Mark  I recently played with: 
  http://www.usermodelinux.org/ which lets you run Linux VM's on your 
  Linux box. They have their own filesystems, and can run any 
 distro if 
  you put the work in. Currently you can download pre-build Debian, 
  Mandrake, Red Hat and Slackware (as well as Tom's RTBT and a few 
  others). Perhaps snake could host some build hosts?
 
 I was thinking of using Bochs, which is a virtual machine, 
 without real 
 interest because it is slow.

Yeah, Bochs is pretty slow. UML isn't though, mainly because all you are
doing is running an additional kernel in user mode. You are not
emulating hardware or anything.

 I had never head of http://www.usermodelinux.org before your 
 email. Where can 
 we download pre-built distro? I cannot find the downloading 
 address. 

Just click the Downloads option at the top left(ish).

 The 
 advantage is that several distros are installed without 
 emulation... Quite 
 interesting, why not? 

Well, yeah. I'll see what we can do. We had a Slackware VM running in
minutes - the only thing I didn't get working yet was a NIC connection,
which is kindof important!

 Don't use Snake as a build host, we 
 need it until your 
 system is up-and-running.

Doesn't affect it. You can start and stop VMs as required - you don't
even need to tweak the kernel on the host (except possibly to allow the
virtual NICs), just download and run.

Regards, Dave

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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] New Autoconf code II

2003-06-22 Thread Dave Page


 -Original Message-
 From: Adam H.Pendleton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Sent: 22 June 2003 19:39
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [pgadmin-hackers] New Autoconf code II
 
 
 Oops.  Here is the actual code.

Thanks, applied, buildstatics script updated.

Regards, Dave

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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging

2003-06-22 Thread Raphaël Enrici
Dave Page wrote:

It's rumoured that Jean-Michel POURE once said:
 

I am posting your answer on pgAdmin3 list. If someone has a host for
you, he  may get back to you.
I asked one of my friend... Think he will be ok (no answer for the 
moment). But thank you for forwading the mail.

May I suggest a solution: buy a VIA Epia C3 card (88â,¬) including a
500 hz  onboard fanless processor, lan and everything. More information
on  http://www.mini-itx.com. I have two Via Epia 800 which wake up,
compile then  go down. There are better prices in Paris, I drop you a
mail if you are  interested.
Jean Michel: Really interesting. Yes, mail me. I'm in the south (near 
Maresilles), but may be I'll do a jump in Paris... Or some VPC.

Jean-Michel; Mark  I recently played with: http://www.usermodelinux.org/
which lets you run Linux VM's on your Linux box.
I've heard about it but never tested it.

Another question (may be stupid too...) :
I've seen that the RPMS versions of Pgadmin3 were linked statically 
against libwx_gtk2ud_stc and 2ud_xrc...
In Debian policy It is totally forbidden to link statically, would you 
disagree if I link dynamically ?

Dave, I'll contact you by private mail to see what you exactly need so 
that I can be able to upload debian packages.

Regards,

Raphaël

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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feature freeze?

2003-06-22 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jochem van Dieten wrote:

Dave Page wrote:

So people - any more essential features? Shout now or forever hold your
peace (well, until the next release anyhoo)!!


Not essential, but I have some further requests:

query dialogue: button to explain analyze 
Has been present in query window right from the start!

double click in tree: give user option to open property page, do 
nothing or view data 
DblClk is usually show properties. The tree interprets this as open 
this node.

dump/restore
(Maybe as a plugin that uses pg_dump and pg_restore to reuse the 
existing functionality but has a clickety-click interface.) 
I'd like good dump/restore support, but this needs tight backend 
integration.
Not realistic for this release.

Smarter use of connections
If I connect to a database cluster and the initial database is the 
same as the database I am working in, why would pgAdmin 3 require 2 
different connections? 
Will this do any harm? Handling will be much more complicated.

(On a related note; will the disconnect feature make it into the beta?) 
This is to be decided. Do we need disconnect at all? If not, the menus 
should disappear.

Regards,
Andreas
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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feature freeze?

2003-06-22 Thread Jochem van Dieten
Andreas Pflug wrote:
Jochem van Dieten wrote:
query dialogue: button to explain analyze 


Has been present in query window right from the start!
I only see is a button to explain, not to explain anlayze.

Jochem



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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Debian Packaging

2003-06-22 Thread Adam H . Pendleton
You might check out vserver instead of UML, it has plenty of advantes 
(including my endorsement!):

http://www.solucorp.qc.ca/miscprj/s_context.hc

ahp

On Sunday, Jun 22, 2003, at 16:18 US/Eastern, Jean-Michel POURE wrote:

On Sunday 22 June 2003 11:12, Dave Page wrote:
Jean-Michel; Mark  I recently played with: 
http://www.usermodelinux.org/
which lets you run Linux VM's on your Linux box. They have their own
filesystems, and can run any distro if you put the work in. Currently 
you
can download pre-build Debian, Mandrake, Red Hat and Slackware (as 
well as
Tom's RTBT and a few others).
Perhaps snake could host some build hosts?
I was thinking of using Bochs, which is a virtual machine, without real
interest because it is slow.
I had never head of http://www.usermodelinux.org before your email. 
Where can
we download pre-built distro? I cannot find the downloading address. 
The
advantage is that several distros are installed without emulation... 
Quite
interesting, why not? Don't use Snake as a build host, we need it 
until your
system is up-and-running.

Cheers,
Jean-Michel
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Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 translation

2003-06-22 Thread Hiroshi Saito
Hi Jean-Michel.

Though it became very late, Japanese-po[ja_JP] file is sent.
But, it doesn't think that it is an end completely in this.
It wants to cope with the expansion of pgadmin3 and addition.
Encoding was written with UTF-8 unlike the first thought.

regards,
Hiroshi-Saito

 Hi Jean-Michel.
 
  From: Jean-Michel POURE [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 (snip)
   By the way, save a lot of time using poedit from
   poedit.sourceforce.net.
  
  A happening from tonight...
  
  With kindest regards,
  Hiroshi-Saito


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