[pgadmin-hackers] Work on pgAdmin3

2003-03-26 Thread Andreas Pflug
At the moment, there seems to be not much work in progress on pgAdmin3? I'd like to contribute, at the moment I got enough time to implement the raw schema browsing. I already have a SQL query window running. I'd need to modify a lot of files, so cvs access would be necessary. Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Work on pgAdmin3

2003-03-27 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: OK, that's an ambitious statement. I'll look forward to seeing the results. I'll send you something as soon as it works Still as I said, I'm not prepared to give out CVS write access upon request - I doubt very much you will find any serious project that does. Sure. I would

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] question abort query

2003-03-28 Thread Andreas Pflug
frank_lupo wrote: Dave is possible to abort query in Visual Basic using ADO? I don't know about ADO and ODBC, but using the libpq interface and an execution thread I got it to work for pgadmin3. Without threads you can use the task manager instead:-) Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Work on pgAdmin3

2003-03-27 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hi Dave, what I'm doing now can't be possibly called a patch... You won't hear from me in this list until pgAdmin3 can browse and execute as pgAdmin2 does I'll be back soon. Regards, Andreas Dave Page wrote: Excellent. Any contributions would be gratefully received... I'm happy to

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Non-debug pgAdmin III builds

2003-03-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
tried it again today with wx 2.4.0, and now it seems to crash on any treeview selection. I'm a bit stumped as this only happens in the release build. Any ideas? Regards, Dave. -Original Message- From: Andreas Pflug [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 30 March 2003 03:09 To: Dave Page; [EMAIL

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Non-debug pgAdmin III builds

2003-03-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Ahh, that makes sense. Nice catch - thanks! I will update my code... Regards, Dave. Dave, you might want to wait for my code to come. It's all done there, and has much more than just that fix, you bet. I added about 3 dozens of files, and changed virtually all others. I'll

[pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 query tools

2003-03-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Wow, looks great. Nice work. My only thought is that we now have 2 query tools, though with obvious differences. Any thoughts on the best way to handle that? I think both are good, but Andreas has obviously spent more time getting the look and output right, whilst Keith has

[pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3: present and future

2003-03-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
***Functionality right now: All Objects should show correct properties and statistics. Most CREATE SQL is implemented, query tool seems to work smoothly including query cancelling (tested with 91k sized query). - F5 refresh - Ctrl-S save, Ctrl-O open and all SciTe keys - Alt-E Execute, Alt-X

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 query tools

2003-03-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hi Dave and Keith, my sources are as of 2003-03-25 12:40. There are several comments about fixed memory leaks (mostly pgSet instances). All objects are supported now, and schema is prefixed instead of owner (pretty easy, just fix in GetQuotedFullIdentifier). Putting the query builder in a

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3: present and future

2003-04-01 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: This would *definately* be easier to implement in PostgreSQL shudders at the thought of writing another SQL parser. I'll post a message to the hackers list... Regards, Dave. Too late, already done (at least a 96% solution). Regards, Andreas, ---(end of

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 query tools

2003-04-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Yup, certainly is. BTW, did you know that thanks to Frank Lupo, pga2 fully supports Casts and Conversions in the schema now? OK, message understood. CAST, CONVERSION and OPERATOR CLASS are missing in pgadmin3 (yet). Any more objects of your desire? Centerfolds excepted.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Qeustion pgadmin2 develop

2003-04-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
frank_lupo wrote: Hi Dave There are many new functionalities for pgadmin2 that I would want to develop. I wonder if it has sense to make them or of it it is worth the pain. How much time will want that the pgadmin3 before to us usable? I see that the development and much assets. What I must

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3: present and future

2003-04-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: That's alright. Tom Lane explained why it wouldn't work in the backend anyway... Regards, Dave. Dave, maybe you got me wrong. The CODING is already done... :-) Regards, Andreas ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 1: subscribe and

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 query tools

2003-04-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: That's fine with me. My major concern is that the code that drives the grid is only written once. This is likely to get quite complex once editting features are added, and I don't want to maintain 2 copies. I always want to keep the look and feel consistant. So, how about we

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 query tools

2003-04-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: So you're saying we make the arbitrary query tools (SQL/QB) produce very fast, but read-only output, but add an 'Edit' option for tables/views, that allows editting of their contents an a purpose designed grid? That would certainly be easier to code as we would always know the

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 ab sofort in Deutsch!

2003-06-06 Thread Andreas Pflug
Code to call language dependent strings is successfully added to pgAdmin3. It will work with wx2.4, and won't need Unicode for standard languages (whatever ansi considers to be a standard language :-) To create/update the pgadmin3.pot file, which acts as input to poedit, the script

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Column property / Drop constraint

2003-05-27 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: 1) Browse to a table, and expand its node to expose Columns, Constraints etc. 2) Right-click the table and select properties. 3) Add a check constraint. Got it. Refresh of node didn't drop subnodes, so they were added another time. Fixed. Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] wxGTK patch needed

2003-05-28 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear all, Could you confirm that we need GTK1.2 only configure options, without Unicode: ./configure --enable-optimise Yes, GTK1.2 at the moment. I can't remember to use --enable-optimise. Please find out what happens. 2) Also, could you send me the needed patch for

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Gettext support for pgAdmin3 and the web site

2003-05-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Hi Andreas, Just for information, do you think it would be difficult to add Gettext support to pgAdmin3? We could run an extract script on Snake and publish the .po files for translation everyday. I can handle po files merges for the team if you need someone. It's

[pgadmin-hackers] make speed and dependency

2003-05-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam, I wonder if the make process could be speeded up. At the moment, the auto dependency tracking is integrally implemented for each object make, which makes things quite slow. Can this be changed to a make dep; make; make install way, as I know it from the kernel? Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 translation, Oid datatype

2003-05-30 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: As usual, I have several silly questions: 1) wxGTK versions Could you outline the Unicode differences between: - wxGTK2.4 linked against GTK1.2, - wxGTK2.4 linked against GTK2.0+unicode support, - wxGTK2.5cvs linked against GTK2.0+unicode support (poEdit uses only this

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 is unicode compliant

2003-05-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Folks, I just pushed my changes to pgAdmin3 into CVS. It compiles correctly under wxMSW 2.5 cvs tip. At the moment, there are 3 configurations in the VC6 project: - Release - Debug, both using wxMSW 2.4.0 - Debug Unicode, using wxMSW 2.5 cvs tip Linux not tested yet. Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 is unicode compliant

2003-05-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Hi Andreas, 1) What are your configuration options for wxGTK 2.5 cvs? Mercy!! Please let me *some* minutes to get my own configuration running I'll be running 2.4/ansi and 2.5/unicode in parallel, to check compatibility. But this needs some work,

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Find Dialog in SQL box (Admin3)?

2003-05-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Yurgis Baykshtis wrote: Guys, I know it's not implemented in Admin3. So, I would like to do it for myself otherwise the editor is pretty useless at least for me since I deal with long stored functions. I believe that Scintilla control supports search and has built-in Find Dialog. I see a method

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 translation, Oid datatype

2003-05-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dear fellow developers, I prepared pgAdmin3 for translation: To enable translation of pgAdmin3 strings, all candidates need to be marked. 1) A string that will not be translated (queries, log entries, setting tags etc) will be declared with wxT(), as

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Find Dialog in SQL box (Admin3)?

2003-05-31 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Search ( replace) would be a nice additions to pgAdmin. Unfortunately I've found the documentation on the StyledTextControl to be minimal at best - I was often reading the source to figure it out. I don't believe there are any dialogues implemented in it (though I may be wrong),

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] New Autoconf Patch

2003-06-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H.Pendleton wrote: Attached is a patch to autoconf which makes the following changes: Adam, I still have problems. Configure will not set the include directory ${WX_HOME}/include, but will only take the `wx-config -cxxflags` output. The library name convention looks like this:

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] FW: pgadmin3 multi-byte patch(mini)

2003-06-05 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Guys - check out Hiroshi's screenshot :-) BG I like that Hiroshi, I only partly understand your message. What's the problem for you so far? Did you use the binary distrib which isn't unicode or did you compile from cvs with wx2.5 and unicode? I'll be creating a Win32

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pogAdmin3 source po file

2003-06-05 Thread Andreas Pflug
I just got the first german message out of pgadmin cvs will come later, must go now. Proposal for directories: ui/en, ui/fr, ui/de, ... Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Le Mercredi 4 Juin 2003 15:30, Dave Page a écrit : Should check the docs I guess!! % wxrc -g file output .po catalog (to

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pogAdmin3 source po file

2003-06-07 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Le Mercredi 4 Juin 2003 17:22, Andreas Pflug a écrit : Proposal for directories: ui/en, ui/fr, ui/de, ... Under GNU/Linux, all translations are stored in /usr/share/locale. There is only one .mo file per application. In order to avoid duplicate entries

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 and gtk2.0/Unicode: done

2003-06-08 Thread Andreas Pflug
Friends of good software, the problem with wxWindows 2.5/gtk2/Unicode is located. A wxString constructor didn't terminate the buffer correctly (only ps, not psz :-), which leads to uncontrollable behaviour. The attached fix is already posted as wxWindows.Sourceforge patch. pgAdmin3 works

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pga3: SQL Formatting

2003-05-09 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: I'm after some thoughts on SQL formatting for the SQL pane in pgAdmin 3, not so much about how it's indented etc, but whether we include DROPs, ALTER's etc. -- Table: public.foo -- DROP TABLE public.foo; CREATE TABLE public.foo ( bar INTEGER ); Comments, thoughts? I'm

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] contrib/src/stc/scintilla/src/LexSQL.cxx patch

2003-06-09 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Dave. There was a problem that multi-byte wasn't interpreted in Lexer with SQLBOX. Therefore, it was solved, and patch was sent to WxWindows. The following is a comment. - Multi-Byte operation can't handle it well with Lexer.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 clientencoding

2003-06-10 Thread Andreas Pflug
Andreas Pflug wrote: Do we really need special encodings, besides unicode? If so, this should be implemented on a tree node (Server property: client encoding) to make it possible to let the change of encoding have immediate effect, or as the System Object setting is implemented. There's

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 clientencoding

2003-06-10 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Tuesday 10 June 2003 11:39, Andreas Pflug wrote: OK, this means a client encoding per database is needed, right? Additional property for database? Yes. Whenever possible database, client and wxWindows encodings should be the same. For example, the best

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Client Encoding

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Sounds good. They only problem with Unicode builds will (==should) be Win9x... I don't believe Win9x is a preferred administrator's os... :- Let's wait and see if there are really many people trying to run pgAdmin3 under these ancient os. Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Full unicode support under GNU/Linux

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: RedHat snapshot are already available on http://snake.pgadmin.org with Unicode. As far as I tested, I could browse Japanese and German UTF-8 data. Very good news. At startup, pgAdmin3 send the following warning: (process:5956): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] External editor

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Pflug
Alexander Nikitin wrote: Hello, First of all I'd like to thank all the developers of pgadmin for your remarkable product, it really helps. After some experience of working on relatively large project, I have found internal function editor not very suitable for creation and editing of large

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows configuration under Suse 8.2

2003-06-12 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: gtk+2.2.1, atk-1.2.0, pango-1.2.1, libpng-1.2.5, glib-2.2.1 and had no problem any more after I removed the older versions which are installed in non-standard locations by SuSE (AFAIR it was /usr/lib instead of /usr/local/lib). Where did you download the updates? I

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Infinite loop in pgAdmin3

2003-06-13 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear all, When trying to create a table with a serial column, pgAdmin3 enters an infinite loop. fixed. ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 5: Have you checked our extensive FAQ? http://www.postgresql.org/docs/faqs/FAQ.html

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance

2003-06-13 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Friday 13 June 2003 10:42, Dave Page wrote: Fixes Win32 but Linux is broken again. Incidently, snake has gcc 3.2.2, not 3.3. This does not seem to be a gcc 3.2/3.3 issue. On both RedHat 9 (gcc 3.2) and SuSE 8.2 (gcc 3.3), the error is the same: This is a

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] xrc ressource translation

2003-06-13 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Hello again, Sorry to be back again with a 0.02 cents issue. I noticed INNER JOIN, LEFT JOIN, etc... and other SQL keywords had been extracted from XRC ressources and included in the translation file. Like a fool, I translated these stings, which may lead to a few

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] ctlSQLBox ClientEncoding problem on Display?

2003-06-14 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. Oh. Thank you very much. Understanding is difficult if it is not you. !! It may not be able to explain well. ScreenShot of the reference is a UNICODE version. http://cre-ent.skcapi.co.jp/~saito/pgadmin/lib/pgadmin3_unicode_debug1.jpg Query-Window moves with the

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feedback

2003-06-16 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Connecting: When connecting to a database as non-superuser, it shows the message: An error has occured: ERROR: pg_shadow: permissin denied I don't think this is really an error. It is expected behaviour, but the current message might confude people. Maybe it should say

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] ctlSQLBox ClientEncoding problem on Display?

2003-06-16 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: I want to confirm. why doesn't this phenomenon happen with your environment? Didn't have Japanese tables so far... With your script I could create these tables and *did* get the same problem. It was caused by another bug in wxString ctor. A fix is posted to sourceforge, and

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] ctlSQLBox ClientEncoding problem on Display?

2003-06-17 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas It is very wonderful.!! http://cre-ent.skcapi.co.jp/~saito/pgadmin/lib/pgadmin3_unicode_debug7.png The problem which I was afraid of in this was cleared. Hm, that's interesting. I still haven't been able to upload the files, so you're using an unfixed version.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] ctlSQLBox ClientEncoding problem on Display?

2003-06-17 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. Is it this? CS file: /pack/cvsroots/wxwindows/wxWindows/src/common/string.cpp,v retrieving revision 1.173 diff -r1.173 string.cpp 248,249c248,251 // calculate the needed size ourselves or use a provide one nLen = nLength == wxSTRING_MAXLEN ?

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 and PhpPgAdmin3 ***should*** make

2003-06-18 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Should have yelped when we discussed it. The docs are there merely for completeness so that we can build an entire distribution from CVS, without needing any additional files (other than a dev env). I will take responsibility for making sure they are up to date prior to real

[pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 translation

2003-06-18 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hi Hiroshi, do you think you could contribute the Japan translation for pgadmin3? You would have to copy pgadmin3.pot to ui/ja_JP/pgadmin3.po, edit it with poEdit (poedit.sourceforge.net) and update from time to time using the Catalog/update from POT file function if strings have been added.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] I'm Back

2003-06-20 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Friday 20 June 2003 15:28, Adam H. Pendleton wrote: - pgAdmin3 configuration script should query wxgtk2ud-2.5-config and not wx-config symlink. The reasons is that pgAdmin3 cannot conflict with existing wxGTK 2.4 installations. Otherwise,

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Autoconf options

2003-06-20 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Here is the list of options that I am going to support. If anyone has comments, changes, etc. please let me know, otherwise I will go ahead with these options: --with-wx=DIR Specifies the root directory of the wxWindows installation (--prefix=DIR passed to

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 feature freeze?

2003-06-20 Thread Andreas Pflug
Exporting of data from the sql window is implemented now. I had a deep look at CREATE OPERATOR CLASS, and decided to to implement a property dialog these days. To program it in a way that's worth it, the dialog should be really intelligent about those strategy numbers. That's not a problem per

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] CVS version does not compile

2003-06-21 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: - Linkage has been changed again. in stead of LIB=... -L$(WX_HOME)/lib -l wx_gtk2ud_stc -lwc -l wx_gtk2ud_xrc which will link static or dynamic libraries as appropriate, it now says LIB=... -l$(WX_HOME)/lib/libwx_gtk2ud_stc.a, tying it to the static libraries (I dont

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

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] PostgreSQL service manager

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Darko Prenosil wrote: I wrote PostgreSQL service manager (for spoiled windows users) using wxWindows that can query service status, start, stop and restart postmaster service under windows(currently under cygwin, but this should work even with native port when finished as long as service name

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] PostgreSQL service manager

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Darko Prenosil wrote: On Monday 23 June 2003 12:50, Andreas Pflug wrote: Darko Prenosil wrote: I wrote PostgreSQL service manager (for spoiled windows users) using wxWindows that can query service status, start, stop and restart postmaster service under windows(currently under cygwin

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Dunno, you wanted the web support for the help! If you want to remove it, go ahead. I invented the web help for *pgsql* help, which depends on the system in use, and may change while pgAdmin is still used (I'm using the 7.4 doc, and will always use the newest). BTW, we should

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Yeah, that's been on my mind as well. The problem is, how do you specify a higher location that will still allow web versions to work? Or do you propose junking web versions of the app docs and searching for them using a similar algorithm to that used to find xrcs? What do we

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hi Dave, I've seen you just added options-tab doc under en_US/*.html. I wanted to comment on doc location before, just forgot to do it. I think making the location for application documentation doesn't make sense, because each version of the binary should be packed with the exact matching doc

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Japanese translation

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear Hiroshi, Thank you very much for your translation. The files have been published on CVS. Separate RPMs are being built with your Japanese translation. Very good work, thanks. In the meantime, some 17 strings have been added (new dialog: export data). Hiroshi, if

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Maybe docs/lang_Country is easier to maintain because you will be able to ls -l docs and see how many docs are translated... Dave? We will deliver .mo files and documentation in the same packages, like : - http://www.pgadmin.org/snapshots/linux/redhat9/RPMS -

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-23 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Oh right, OK. In that case I'll take a look. Building a chm from htmls is no problem. Dunno how you reference individual pages though... Not chm, just the hhp, hhc and hhk file and their subfolders. I haven't been deeper into this, but we seem to need this source level

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gettext template for pgadmin3

2003-06-24 Thread Andreas Pflug
Howard Bagcat wrote: anyone, Just want to ask is there any .pot for pgadmin3? I'm thinking of creating a Filipino/Tagalog translation. I'm new to poEdit but I guess hardwork will paid off. :) Hello Howard, sure there is! Look at http://cvs.pgadmin.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/pgadmin3 Hiroshi,

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 doc location

2003-06-24 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: I think share/doc/lang_country in parallel with share/ui/lang_country. pgAdmin will now try to locate a doc version that fits the language settings, and will fall back to en_US. The options setting is removed. Regards, Andreas ---(end of

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Documentation location problem

2003-06-24 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear all, When opening the online help, I have the following error: Unable to open requested HTML document: /usr/bin.../docs/en_US/index.html When it should be: /usr/share/pgadmin3/docs/en_US/index.html Was a typo in pgAdmin3.cpp; corrected. Regards, Andreas

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Language issue

2003-06-25 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear all, Would it be possible to differenciate the English language string into Server-side language (French=langage server-side) and Language (French=langue). In French, langue and langage do not have the same meaning. Uh, I've been waiting for something like

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] stack trace

2003-06-25 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Andreas, I thought the latest recommanded version was 2003-06-07. All RPMs are based on it. Shall I upgrade them all? This can be done within hours if you require it. Please try it. From time to time, I update my wx, and since there's been a change just in the

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Server Status error

2003-06-25 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H. Pendleton wrote: When choosing Server Status from the Tools menu, I get this error: Column not found in pgSet: query_start and then the application hangs. And, indeed, there is no result column 'query_start' returned by: SELECT * FROM pg_stat_activity ORDER BY procpid; What's the

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] stack trace

2003-06-25 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: -Original Message- From: Jean-Michel POURE [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 25 June 2003 19:49 To: Andreas Pflug; Reinhard Max Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [pgadmin-hackers] stack trace Andreas, I thought the latest recommanded version was 2003-06-07. All RPMs

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] stack trace

2003-06-26 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Wednesday 25 June 2003 23:25, Dave Page wrote: I thought we had agreed to stick to 2003-06-07 unless a specific reason for upgrading cropped up? I agree we all need to stick to the same wxGTK version. From now on, I will be rebuilding wxGTK everyday from CVS.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Belarusian

2003-06-26 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Thursday 26 June 2003 07:25, Chih-Hsin Lee wrote: Is the spelling of Belarusian correct? Is it Belorussian? Probably. In future versions, we should only provide the list of localised languages (Français, Deutsch, English...). So do not take too much time

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows Build

2003-06-27 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: As far as I am aware it is just the Unicode support that we use 2.5 for. Nope. The dialog metrics are vastly improved in 2.5, so gtk really looks the same as win32. Most strings won't fit in gtk if 2.4 if used, the fonts are really messed up. Still, I wonder about this

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows Build

2003-06-28 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: It's rumoured that Andreas Pflug once said: We need our own version at the moment, which may be based on 2003-06-07 or 2003-06-18, and has the additional wxString patch to support that's still open. Shal we go with the later one then if we know it's good, and stick

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Bug in pgAdmin III

2003-06-28 Thread Andreas Pflug
Darko Prenosil wrote: From grant manager on table I got this output: GRANT SELECT, RULE, REFERENCE, TRIGGER ON TABLE db_info.clients TO public; It should be : GRANT SELECT, RULE, REFERENCES, TRIGGER ON TABLE db_info.clients TO public; Keyword is not REFERENCE but REFERENCES ! Thanks, fixed.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Building pgAdmin3 with MinGW

2003-06-29 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hallo Darko, Darko Prenosil wrote: I tried to compile pgAdmin3 from current CVS with MinGW and here are results: AUTOCONFCONFIGURE: pgAdmin requires autoconf-2.57, unfortunately with MSYSdtk comes 2.56, so the only way I could think of was building autoconf from sources. Problem was that

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] [HACKERS] Index expressions: how to recreate

2003-07-01 Thread Andreas Pflug
Tom Lane wrote: Andreas Pflug [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I noticed the new expression functionality of indices and while implementing them in pgadmin3 was wonderingnow to extract the definition from the catalog. The best way is to use pg_get_indexdef(indexOID), same as pg_dump and psql

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] COMMENT ON FUNCTION

2003-07-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Darko Prenosil wrote: When function has arguments, for example : foo(varchar,int) extracted metadata from pgadmin is: COMMENT ON FUNCTION foo IS 'Comment'; which is wrong, it shoul'd be : COMMENT ON FUNCTION foo(varchar,int) IS 'Comment'; Regards !

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] COMMENT ON FUNCTION

2003-07-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Andreas Pflug wrote: dlgFunction.cpp is ok (name already contains the arguments), the problem was in pgFunction.cpp... Fixed and commited. Damn!! ahp Better luck next time :-) But be comforted: your sysSettings fix would at least work in most cases. And you are our

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Two more !!!

2003-07-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Darko Prenosil wrote: English language is missing from list of translations in Options dialog. The only way I can set English is to set EN on system and then select Default. I translated pgAdmin to Croatian myself , but my preferred language for it is still English. I think it should be : 1.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Edit Data dialog

2003-07-02 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: -Original Message- *From:* Adam H. Pendleton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *Sent:* 01 July 2003 17:32 *To:* Dave Page *Subject:* Re: Edit Data dialog Dave Page wrote: You can - just start typing in the row marked with a *. I did that. I click

[pgadmin-hackers] Edit Data enhancements

2003-07-03 Thread Andreas Pflug
As soon as there is a pgadmin.org domain again and the hosts are locatable I'll upload some enhancements. frmEditGrid: - empty cell are interpreted as NULL - if an empty string is to be entered, use '' (two single quotes) - to enter a string consisting solely of two single quotes, enter \'\' - A

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] translator

2003-07-03 Thread Andreas Pflug
Erwien Samantha Y wrote: What is the correct definition of Cast and Aggregate in PostgreSQL Hallo Erwien, I just had a look into an english-german dictionary and found that the translations would be unsatisfying, and misleading. If you don't find a good expression in your language, take

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Romanian Translation

2003-07-04 Thread Andreas Pflug
karasz wrote: Sorry to bother you again but i see on http://cvs.pgadmin.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/*checkout*/pgadmin3/docs/en_US/tr anslation_team.html that romanian translation is only 99% could you tell me why is that so I can improve it to 100%. Th Sure! Yesterday some texts have been added,

[pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows standard messages translations

2003-07-04 Thread Andreas Pflug
pgAdmin3 does some more checking when setting the locale now. This requires the wxstd.mo file be accessible. If no language specific file is found, a default file is used from ui/wxstd.mo. I didn't check if the nightly build is compiled correctly with all required files. Everything should be in

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 font patch

2003-07-05 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Dave. I am sorry that confirmation is slow. frmAbout,frmSplash The character of the license-Information collapses. Please apply this patch. Hiroshi, I'm not too happy about the font changing patches you posted, especially the one that changed the font in ctlSQLBox

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 wxstd.po new translation file (don't

2003-07-05 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear friends, Please note that wxstd.po is part of wxWindows. In French, there were 10 missing strings in wxstd.po, therefore I did the translation. If wxstd.po is empty in your language, don't loose time translating it. Our goal is to publish pgAdmin3 translations,

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 font patch

2003-07-06 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. From: Andreas Pflug [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi Hiroshi, that fix doesn't work, because it only declares the default font to be wxMODERN, but it actually won't act like that. It's still variable pitch. it was so... What's going wrong if the previous

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 font patch

2003-07-06 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. From: Andreas Pflug [EMAIL PROTECTED] (snip) So there's only one solution left: the font needs to be configurable. I'll add this to frmOptions. I agreed. It is an ideal by a user's choosing it optionally. Font is selectable now. Default is Courier New

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 wxstd.po new translation file (don't

2003-07-06 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: On Sunday 06 July 2003 19:52, you wrote: I recieve an error Cannot set locale to fa_IR. I have run the program with farsi with those 20 translated strings and it looked good. Could this be a file permission error? I will keep trying! This bug was fixed recently by

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 wxstd.po new translation file (don't

2003-07-07 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. As for Japan as well, this problem is remarkable. But, it is tried to solve it with the point of view by a setup of locale. However, japanese links with UTF-8 of locale if it says about early SUN. It was written in compliment the freebsd_notes.html as well about

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 wxstd.po new translation file (don't

2003-07-07 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hiroshi Saito wrote: Hi Andreas. It is a wonderful report. A problem was solved in this. https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detailaid=766893group_id=98 63atid=309863 Your work is always wonderful. Thanks, I'd be lucky if it was :-) But I'll try my best (usually). Regards

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Might do the Danish translation

2003-07-07 Thread Andreas Pflug
Troels Arvin wrote: Hello pgadmin hackers, I think I'll do the translation to Danish. Hi Troels, welcome to the pgAdmin Translators Team! Currently trying to make the gettext tools to work properly on my system. Which OS do you use? On win32, poEdit will install everything for you. On Linux,

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin III initial comments and bug reports

2003-07-09 Thread Andreas Pflug
Troels Arvin wrote: - I tried to create a relatively simple table, but the resulting SQL failed because of misplaced and/or missing commas: Fixed (invented last night when implementing table inheritance) - I tried opening the Query builder, but got a debug window:

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pga3: Help file locations

2003-07-13 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: I'm having serious trouble getting the helpfiles to be found in pgAdmin III as the code used to find pages seems to be different for virtually every help menu option. I have started sorting this out by moving bugreport.html into the main doc directory. I haven't modified the code

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] CVS notification (Path algorithms)

2003-07-14 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Hi Andreas, Just noticed this commit - thanks, I've been trying to work on it all day but keep getting sidetracked before I can get into it properly! One problem though - none of the helpfiles work for me still (none giving errors now), in my dev environment, or in a test 'real'

[pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin/pgsql logo

2003-07-14 Thread Andreas Pflug
Hi Dave, I like the new splash screen! We're hopefully becoming THE graphical front end to pgsql, and should proudly show the elephant. I created a new icon file for Windows and a new icon for the system menu. Just in case somebody else needs it: I now have a vectorized version of the

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Compilation problems under SuSE 8.2

2003-07-14 Thread Andreas Pflug
Jean-Michel POURE wrote: Dear all, pgAdmin3 does not compile under SuSE 8.2 anymore. Any idea? Cheers, Jean-Michel make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/src/packages/BUILD/pgadmin3-0.8/src' if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/usr/include/pgsql

[pgadmin-hackers] Oh no!!

2003-07-15 Thread Andreas Pflug
This message popping up every time a query finishes in query window is completely annoying. I hated it with pgadmin2, and it was one reason for me to write pgadmin3. And people in the same room working with you will soon hate it too, unless you remove your speaker or beep device I removed

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] CVS notification (Path algorithms)

2003-07-15 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: -Original Message- From: Andreas Pflug [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 14 July 2003 17:18 To: Dave Page Cc: pgadmin-hackers Subject: Re: CVS notification (Path algorithms) I needed some time until I could check Linux on this, and it works for me. Sorry, I

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] SystemObject show patch

2003-07-15 Thread Andreas Pflug
Dave Page wrote: Thanks, patch applied. I'm just in the middle of applying them. While in general Hiroshi is right, there are som bad implementations in it. Casting a pgCast to a pgServer is a very bad idea... Regards, Andreas ---(end of

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