Exit for ... loop

2002-03-04 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I added Exit For in loops when possible. Changes commited to CVS. Cheers, Jean-Michel

Re: [ODBC] pgAdmin2 UTF-8 support

2002-02-25 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
I tried EUC_JP, it does work. Sorry, I meant it does NOT work.

Pseudo alter triggers

2002-03-04 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I commited a fix to update display after pseudo-altering triggers. Dave: this might be ready for review... Cheers, Jean-Michel

Update trigger name

2002-02-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear friends, We are implementing trigger pseudo ALTER in pgAdmin2 Does this work to update trigger name : UPDATE tg_trigger SET tgname = 'newname' WHERE tgname = 'oldname'; Is this safe? Regards, Jean-Michel

Possible frmMain.tv_NodeClick bug

2002-03-04 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, I noticed that frmMain.tv_NodeClick frmMain.tv.SelectedItem was used several times to simulate a node click. When opening several objects simultaneously, this might generate bugs. What do you think? Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: [ODBC] pgAdmin2 UTF-8 support

2002-02-25 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Jean-Michel Hmm - interesting idea. We werent able to display or enter hebrew chars in Pgadmin2 because apparently the VB objects it uses dont support hebrew. Let me try and I'll get back to you real soon danny

Re: Feature requests after crash

2002-02-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Dave, pseudo ALTER VIEW is commited to CVS. I changed a little bit pgView-SQL which can be used for any SQL generation. This will make it easier to maintain SQL when PostgreSQL evolves. What do you think? Cheers, Jean-Michel

Database-ServerEncoding, ClientEncoding (again)

2002-02-25 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, Also, we need to set Schema-Encoding. This is to define what client encoding is used for schema creation. For example, I would like to use Latin1 for writing functions. Cheers, Jean-Michel

Re: new functionality

2002-03-14 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Mercredi 13 Mars 2002 20:13, [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit : 1) Rename column This is already possible. Open the column object, rename and close. 2) When drop table drop aggregate sequences We should only drop a sequence if it is used in one table. Cheers, Jean-Michel

fake vs real CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW

2002-02-26 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Dave, + create view_a querying view_b, + alter view_b, = view_a is broken because view_b changed OIDs. This to say we really need CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW in PostgreSQL. Do you remember the email of the developper who proposed to add this feature to PostgreSQL? Could you contact him off

Schema unique stamp (OID, MD5?)

2002-02-23 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
database_name Are there plans to implement such a feature server-side in C++? Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: [ODBC] pgAdmin2 UTF-8 support

2002-02-25 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Lundi 25 Février 2002 09:29, Dave Page a écrit : Presumably we should do this in SQL (I don't think you can do it in the ODBC connect string can you?). Have you tried in pgAdmin: SET CLIENT_ENCODING Latin1; INSERT INTO table_foo (field_bar) VALUES ('é'); SELECT field_bar FROM table_foo

Re: [ODBC] Multibyte ODBC

2002-03-01 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Vendredi 1 Mars 2002 10:18, Hiroshi Inoue a ?crit : I was able to handle(select/update) Japanase data using Access with the driver. There was a problem with VB+ADO but I fixed the bug and just replaced the driver on my web site Dear Hiroshi, Thank you so much for this update. This is a

Re: CVS co -c failure on pgadmin cvs server??

2002-02-26 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Is there a cvs faq for would-be developers for pgAdmin? Dear Tim, Thanks, your help on pgAdmin2 is welcome. You are using command line CVS, right? Maybe you should try http://www.wincvs.org for these reasons 1) Nice GUI with extensive documentation. 2) It can well handle text and windows

Re: Pseudo modification of views and triggers (again)

2002-02-19 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
I've just found out that views can be renamed using ALTER TABLE viewname RENAME... iirc, VIEWs are referred to by OID from PL/SQL functions other views, and by name from pl/pgsql functions. OK. Since we can modify PL/pgSQL functions, it is no problem. It is a pitty we don't have CREATE OR

Re: [ODBC] Unicode support

2002-02-19 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
of UTF-8 data. I can only help you if the data is to be used on an Apache/php platform. Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: DROP/CREATE

2001-10-30 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
For a 'standalone' view, this is fine, but if the view is used in another view or a function then that will break (I think I'm teaching my Grandmother to suck eggs here Jean-Michel!). 1) Attempt to create a view with the new definition to ensure it's valid. 2) Drop the old view. 3)

Re: DROP/CREATE

2001-10-30 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
I don't think rules are an issue are they? Can you create them on Views (certainly pgAdmin won't let you - should it?) - scrub that, (typing as I think!) how else would you create an updateable view using rules? Does the same apply to triggers i.e. can you create them on views? Yes you can. This

Fwd: [HACKERS] Package support for Postgres

2001-10-13 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
From Hackers. Delivered-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 13:12:32 -0700 (PDT) From: Bill Studenmund [EMAIL PROTECTED] X-X-Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [HACKERS] Package support for Postgres Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Zembu has decided to release the

Re: UTF-8

2001-11-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Yes, isn't this also the case with Unicode data? When you mentioned that before I asked how to fix it and nobody could tell me... There was mention of using a Unicode font, but that was many megabytes in size as I recall. Suggestions? Yes, you are right. I am doing a test with Arial Unicode MS

Help needed: CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW, CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER for pgAdmin II and phppgAdmin

2001-10-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
that both working environments (windows, PHP) benefit from these features. Thanks for your help and comprehension. Jean-Michel POURE, pgAdmin Team http://pgadmin.postgresql.com

Re: UTF-8

2001-11-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
At 11:01 09/11/01 +, you wrote: Others are saying UTF-8 is possible (pseudo UTF-8 anyway, it's actually a subset of UTF-16) but is *seriously* difficult. I've not found any real answers though :-( Microsoft declares UTF-8/16 compatible as for VB 6 SP3+, including controls. I don't see any

Windows plug-in installer

2001-10-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hello Dave, I might have time this week to work on: - PostgreSQL plug-in installer, - pseudo DROP/CREATE VIEW/TRIGGER in pgSchema, - Show system objects. Are you working on it or shall I try? What are the guidelines for compiling pgSchema (are there registration problem)? Cheers, Jean-Michel

Re: Table modification

2001-10-02 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, I had a look at triggers and views where functions are referenced using OIDs. Cheers/ JMP

Triggers in PostgreSQL 7.1

2002-01-17 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I am using pgAdmin II on PostgreSQL 7.1. It seems like triggers are not listed in server objects. Do I miss something? Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: Database-ServerEncoding, ClientEncoding

2002-02-25 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, 1) We need two client encodings : - one for querying system object, - another for displaying data. DataEncodingID (Long) DataEncodingName (String) The encoding used to display data. In my example, UTF-8 to export data, Latin1 otherwize. SystemEncodingID (Long) SystemEncodingName

Re: ALTER VIEW

2002-02-23 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, I commited some changes to CVS. Now, I need more info to understand : A. VIEWS 1) Don't create the view twice, create the fake one then rename it - it's less expensive and avoids the potential for the second create to fail. Done. 2) The szOldDefintion stuff can now be removed. Done

Microsoft Forms 2

2001-11-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Dave, I had Unicode work accordingly to http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q193/5/40.asp using Microsoft Forms 2.0. Cheers, Jean-Michel

Qt3

2001-11-22 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I am stuck down by http://www.globecom.net/tora, an Oracle administration interface. The software is open-source but not free for commercial use. What do you think of qt3, which is available freely on both Linux and Windows? Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: UTF-8

2001-11-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
At 11:21 09/11/01 +0100, you wrote: Arial Unicode MS ­ 51,180 glyphs in version 0.86 Well, after testing, using Arial Unicode MS does not suffice. I am sure PostgreSQL backend is well configured as I display Japanese fonts with PHP. Maybe we need to configure odbc to declare it as an UTF-8

ODBC UTF-8

2001-11-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
'; - pgAdmin2 frmSQLOutput form is configured with Arial Unicode MS font (51,180 glyphs in version 0.86). - pgAdmin2 was compiled with VB6 SP3+ which supports Unicode fonts. So, what's wrong with our baby? Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Fwd: Re: [GENERAL] Howto change column length

2001-11-07 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
and only to expand them, but... You pretty much need to do a sequence like: select oid, relname from pg_class where relname='tablename'; update pg_attribute set atttypmod=24 where attrelid=oid from previous and attname='attributename' in a superuser account. Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: Qt3

2001-11-23 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
. Maybe for pgAdmin III? What are the guidelines for installing pgAdmin II under Wine? Is there a need to set up a Linux RPM? Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: Hebrew support

2002-02-19 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Jean-Michel.. if you are reading, have you had any more thoughts on this? If we knock up a test app, can you test on any of you machines? We could at least then allow the pgAdmin user to select the font, and have them download a suitable one if required. Dear Dave, It is not a problem of

Re: Hebrew support

2002-02-19 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
really in the dark here so I'm relying on your expertise :-) ). The only solution I see would be to convert UTF-8 to UCS-2 in VB with our own scripts. This ***might allow the grid to display UTF-8 caracters. Whooo... Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: New Graphics

2001-11-03 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
At 09:17 01/11/01 +, you wrote: I have committed a set of new graphics to CVS that match the new website design (http://pgadmin.social-housing.org - this is a *test* site). I have also removed from CVS any other versions of the various graphics, however I have kept copies until we decide

Re: [GENERAL] Use of Serial Datatype and Sequence Issue

2001-11-06 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
when dropping a table? Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: pgAdmin

2001-10-04 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
information. Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: DROP/CREATE

2001-10-30 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Yes, I agree. As I said in my first message, there is no problem with standalone views, but (and this is the killer) if your view is a dependency of something else like an SQL function or another view then you have a problem. The problem is even bigger (i.e. harder to detect) if the rowtype of

Re: [GENERAL] Extending PostgreSQL

2002-02-19 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
, please contact the hackers list. There was a discussion lately on hackers. It explains the _DROP_COLUMN_HACK__ situation well. Please find a copy hereafter: Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE * [HACKERS] alter table drop column status De

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] [GENERAL] PostgreSQL and C#

2002-04-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
author (http://pgadmin.postgresql.org), is interested in C# and (might be) working on this issue. Maybe you can contact him on [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list. Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 1: subscribe and unsubscribe

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Date representation

2002-04-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Jeudi 11 Avril 2002 13:19, noy a écrit : Then when I am trying to update this field from ACCESS I have an error and the entry can't be updated because the dates are not equals. Dear Noy, M$ Access2K relies on timestamps to update fields and 7.3 replaces timestamp - timestamptz. Are there

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] RFC: Removal of Revision Control

2002-05-02 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Mercredi 1 Mai 2002 23:09, Dave Page a écrit : Does anyone have any objections or comments? Dear all, There were discussions on hackers months ago about rollback using WAL (point to point recovery?) and object tracing (something like SET TRACE ON ...). I don't think it will be implemented

[pgadmin-hackers] PostgreSQL windows native port available

2002-05-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
. This would be nice to release both pgAdmin2 and PostgreSQL on bloodshed. Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 5: Have you checked our extensive FAQ? http://www.postgresql.org/users-lounge/docs/faq.html

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] PostgreSQL windows native port available

2002-05-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Vendredi 10 Mai 2002 11:21, Dave Page a écrit : I think that a stripped down cygwin version is the (easy) way forward. I think that's what MySQL do, certainly the cygwin dll is distributed with it. All that is really required is the rewriting of probably pg_dumpall, initdb initlocation -

[pgadmin-hackers] FOSDEM

2003-02-05 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Dave and all, I will be in FOSDEM to demonstrate pgAdmin II on Saturday 8 from 14:00 to 15:00. Recently, I read that you were testing the native version of PostgreSQL. Is PostgreSQL native version stable enough to be demonstrated? Are binaries available? Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE

[pgadmin-hackers] PostgreSQL Windows port strategy

2003-02-12 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
as links on the web page. Just my 2 cents. Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 2: you can get off all lists at once with the unregister command (send unregister YourEmailAddressHere to [EMAIL PROTECTED])

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Qeustion pgadmin2 develop

2003-04-02 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
to join sooner or later and participate. Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 1: subscribe and unsubscribe commands go to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 ab sofort in Deutsch!

2003-06-06 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Jeudi 5 Juin 2003 13:35, Andreas Pflug a écrit : Where should we publicate pgadmin3.pot for all translators? Should we add it to CVS? (would make it more convenient for us) Updating pgadmin3.pot *could* be added to Makefile, instead of calling stringextract manually, but this would create a

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pogAdmin3 source po file

2003-06-06 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
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, it is recommended to have only one .po

[pgadmin-hackers] wxrc

2003-06-06 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear friends, Could you please highlight the path to wxrc? Thanks. Jean-Michel ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 5: Have you checked our extensive FAQ? http://www.postgresql.org/docs/faqs/FAQ.html

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 ab sofort in Deutsch!

2003-06-06 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, Congratulations for the language support. I have to catch up some work and then I will translate pgAdmin3 into French. Where should we publicate pgadmin3.pot for all translators? Should we add it to CVS? (would make it more convenient for us) Yes. Updating pgadmin3.pot *could* be

[pgadmin-hackers] wxGTK configuration options

2003-05-28 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I am building RPMs under RedHat for wxGTK+ and needed contribs, based on the spec files from http://www.freshrpms.net. Please find enclosed the wxGTK spec file. I have a silly question as usual: Should I build wxGTK with GTK2 + Unicode or simply with GTK1.2? I guess the answer is

[pgadmin-hackers] wxGTK patch needed

2003-05-28 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, 1) Sorry, there was a small error in the SPEC file, please disregard my last mail. Attached is the spec file. Could you confirm that we need GTK1.2 only configure options, without Unicode: ./configure --enable-optimise 2) Also, could you send me the needed patch for wxGTK. I lost

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] wxGTK patch needed

2003-05-28 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Mercredi 28 Mai 2003 12:52, Andreas Pflug a écrit : There's no patch needed, everything's done with overloaded classes inside pgadmin. Only the 2.4.0 tarball is needed. Great. Andreas, please disregard the personal email I sent you. My ***only*** problem now is that the ./configure script

[pgadmin-hackers] lwx_gtkd_stc-2.4

2003-05-29 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, Sorry to ask silly questions. Maybe it is a problem with my custom RPM. Could you point out the file lwx_gtkd_stc-2.4. g++ -DDATA_DIR=\/usr/local/pgadmin3/share/pgadmin3/\ -Wall -g -I./include/ -I -g -O2 -L/usr/lib -L/usr/lib -o pgAdmin3 pgAdmin3.o pgConn.o pgSet.o pgAggregate.o

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] lwx_gtkd_stc-2.4

2003-05-29 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Mercredi 28 Mai 2003 23:06, Adam H.Pendleton a écrit : wx_gtkd_stc-2.4 is the debug version of the library. Since the autoconf code exists largely to support the developers and not the end users (at this point), there is no support for the release versions of the library. If we are

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

2003-05-29 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
and Gettext. Frankly, I think PhpPgAdmin translators would love to translated pgAdmin3. If you need me to look at php source code and modify it in consequence, just let me know. Cheers, Jean-Michel POURE ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 6: Have you searched

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

2003-05-30 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Vendredi 30 Mai 2003 10:15, Andreas Pflug a écrit : I'm lacking any experiences with that, but why not? I wonder why ./configure options include --enable-unicode --enable-gtk2, that's all. A look at poEdit might clarify some issues (why does it use wxWindows2.5 cvs?). Thanks for other

[pgadmin-hackers] Testing wxGTK SRPM with debugging support

2003-05-30 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I have built a custom wxGTK SRPM for RedHat 9, with debugging support. The SRPM should recompile on any RPM platform like Mandrake. I cannot yet compile pgAdmin3 from CVS because heavy changes are being done for language support. Could anyone be so kind to test my SRPM? Feel free to

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 is unicode compliant

2003-05-31 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Vendredi 30 Mai 2003 18:44, Andreas Pflug a écrit : 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

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 is unicode compliant

2003-05-31 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Andreas, 1) What are your configuration options for wxGTK 2.5 cvs? 2) I have a single compilation error under wxGTK 2.4: if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/usr/include -I/usr/local/lib/wx/include/gtk2ud-2.4 -D__WXDEBUG__ -D__WXGTK__ -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGE_FILES

[pgadmin-hackers] wxGTK 2.5 cvs error

2003-05-31 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, wxGTK 2.5 cvs is installed with the following options: --enable-gtk2 --enable-unicode --with-opengl --enable-compat24 --enable-debug During linking -lwx_gtkd_stc-2.4 -lwx_gtkd_xrc-2.4 cannot be found (of course, they have different names now. I have run ldconfig after each install).

[pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows 2.5 RPM strategy

2003-06-02 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Hi Adam, Would it be interesting to provide wxWindows 2.5 RPMs with sereval different compilation options (unicode, gtk2, debug, no debug) at once. The binaries would look like: gtk gtk-static-nodebug-ansi-gtk12 gtk-static-debug-unicode-gtk22 ... gtk-devel gtk-stc ... Adam : do you think it

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

2003-06-05 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Mercredi 4 Juin 2003 11:40, Andreas Pflug a écrit : Jean-Michel, how about translation? Basic stuff is done now (also Aggregate and Conversion), and I'm looking into the GTK2/unicode rendering problem now/tomorrow. I still have problems compiling pgAdmin with wxGTK 2.4: if g++

[pgadmin-hackers] Linking error (same old story)

2003-06-08 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, I am now running RedHat 9. Still ... the linking error is the same as under RedHat 8.0. /usr/bin/ld cannot find -lwx_gtkd_stc-2.5. After each installation of wxGTK and XTC and STC, I ran ldconfig to update library paths. Furthermore, I added /usr/local/lib to /etc/ld.so.conf. Adam

[pgadmin-hackers] Missing xrc files after make install

2003-06-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, These files are missing after install: -rw-r--r--1 root root 2298 mai 18 18:29 dlgCheck.xrc -rw-r--r--1 root root 2870 jun 5 14:54 dlgColumn.xrc -rw-r--r--1 root root 4869 mai 20 11:53 dlgDatabase.xrc -rw-r--r--1 root root

[pgadmin-hackers] Make install patch

2003-06-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, RCS file: /disk1/cvsroot/pgadmin3/src/Makefile.am,v retrieving revision 1.17 diff -r1.17 Makefile.am 117,127c117 nobase_dist_pkgdata_DATA = tips.txt ui/common/dlgCheck.xrc \ ui/common/dlgColumn.xrc \ ui/common/dlgDatabase.xrc ui/common/dlgDomain.xrc \ ui/common/dlgForeignKey.xrc

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

2003-06-09 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Le Vendredi 06 Juin 2003 00:13, Andreas Pflug a écrit : RCS file: /pack/cvsroots/wxwindows/wxWindows/src/common/string.cpp,v retrieving revision 1.172 diff -r1.172 string.cpp 269a270 m_pchData[nLen] = 0; Hi Andreas, Could you submit a patch in diff -u format? I don't have enough

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Linking error (same old story)

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
I've tried to help you a couple of times with this but you never replied to any of my emails. Thanks Dave for your various emails which helped. I read your emails ... By the way, wxGTK 2.4 does not even ./configure under RedHat 9. So, wxGTK 2.5 is the only solution... I too cannot link

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 RPM spec file and daily snapshot script

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
-Michel POURE [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Initial build build-snapshot-rpm.sh Description: application/shellscript ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 2: you can get off all lists at once with the unregister command (send unregister YourEmailAddressHere

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 clientencoding

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 11:11, you 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

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Howto Make?

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Monday 02 June 2003 23:28, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Im trying to compile pgadmin3 on wxGTK framework. Mind if you could inform me the compile/build procedure? I sent you an RPM by email. What platform are you using? Cheers, Jean-Michel ---(end of

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] pgadmin3 clientencoding

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
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 solution is to have a full Unicode

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] [Fwd: pgadmin3 clientencoding]

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 12:10, you wrote: Hmm, good point. Perhaps we should just say Unicode all the time then when we have a Unicode build. + We need to check the conversion safety of data entered by users. Cheers, Jean-Michel ---(end of

[pgadmin-hackers] pgAdmin3 RedHat binaries available

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, Just to let you know daily snapshots of pgAdmin3 are available for download from http://snake.pgadmin.org/linux/redhat90. Mandrake RPMs will be available shortly, although RedHat RPMs ***should*** install under Mandrake. Best regards, Jean-Michel POURE

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Linking error (same old story)

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 14:14, Adam H. Pendleton wrote: I've had no problems using both wxGTK 2.4 and 2.5 under RedHat 9. What are your problems specifically? Sorry Adam, this is a old post, please disguard it. I successfully compiled wxGTK 2.5, pgAdmin3 and uploaded Redhat 9 snapshots on

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Linking error (same old story)

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 15:21, Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Dave/Everybody, if you encounter a problem with building/linking, etc. pgAdmin3, especially if it occurs during the config process, the best thing to do is to send me a copy of your error, the config.log that was generated when you ran

[pgadmin-hackers] configuration script problem

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Adam, Thanks for your last mail. I have a small problem with the ./configure script of pgAdmin3 related to PostgreSQL location. Let me explain: - On my laptop, which is a RedHat 9 station, I built wxWindows 2.5 cvs and pgAdmin3 like a charm. - I am now working on my backup server to

[pgadmin-hackers] configuration script problem

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Adam, Please disguard my last message. My two configurations are absolutely the same. For some reason, one configures, the other not. I will get back to you with more info. Cheers, Jean-Michel ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 6: Have you

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] configuration script problem

2003-06-10 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 18:42, you wrote: You are missing libssl: configure:4492: checking for pgsql configure:4508: result: yes configure:4540: checking for PQexec in -lpq configure:4571: gcc -o conftest -g -O2 -I/usr/include -L/usr/lib conftest.c -lpq -lssl -lcrypto 5 /usr/bin/ld:

[pgadmin-hackers] wxWindows UTF-8 support

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Andreas, wxWindows includes an mbconv class to convert text into/from UTF-8: http://www.lpthe.jussieu.fr/~zeitlin/wxWindows/docs/wxwin457.htm#unicode http://www.lpthe.jussieu.fr/~zeitlin/wxWindows/docs/wxwin458.htm#mbconvclasses It seems that wxWindows supports all encodings. It would allow

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Howto Make?

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 14:03, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BTW, I installed, via rpm, the pre-packaged gtk2-devel and all the required devel's from RH9 disk2 and I compiled wxGTK from wxwindows.org. Was it good source? I mean are there any patches? I was not able to catch the pgadmin-hackers

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Howto Make?

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 10:20, Dave Page wrote: The --disable-shared seems a little redundant unless I've misunderstood it's meaning. pgAdmin only builds with dynamic libraries at the moment (as implied by the ldconfig you do at the end of each step). Thanks, ldconfig is not needed. My RPM

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Howto Make?

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 11:14, Dave Page wrote: Which I have - we are still using it, but in configure not the makefile where it used to be. Cool. wxWindows is a really nice environment. From what I read this morning (saw my post?), we will be able to talk to PostgreSQL using server-side

[pgadmin-hackers] Packaging policy

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
I'll leave that to you guys as you clearly know more than I. BTW. do you speak Japanese? No... I can only say Yes in Japanese (pronounce Hi like in American). One of my client has a Japanese web site, therefore got used to using UTF-8. Out of memory (don't trust me), SJSS is a subpart of

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

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, Full unicode support now workds under GNU/Linux. Andreas, many thanks. 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. At startup, pgAdmin3 send the following warning: (process:5956):

[pgadmin-hackers] Install script

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, Some files are missing after install: ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 6: Have you searched our list archives? http://archives.postgresql.org

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

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 16:00, Jean-Michel POURE wrote: At startup, pgAdmin3 send the following warning: (process:5956): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library (process:5956): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. Bug gone

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

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 19:06, Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Okay, so what is the location of gtk/gtk.h on your system? I am running the ./configure script again. gtk2 and gtk2-devel are installed, but not other packages like glib, etc.. Any idea? Cheers, Jean-Michel

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Static Build

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 19:00, Adam Pendleton wrote: I keep hearing that a static version of pgAdmin3 is desired, so I thought that I would just squash the thought before it gets to far. It would be next to impossible to release a static version of pgAdmin3 because of the large number of

[pgadmin-hackers] Query builder segmentation fault

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, It seems that Query builder does not display well under GNU/Linux. Cheers, Jean-Michel ---(end of broadcast)--- TIP 5: Have you checked our extensive FAQ? http://www.postgresql.org/docs/faqs/FAQ.html

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

2003-06-11 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 22:41, you wrote: On my SuSE 8.1 system, there was no gtk2-devel at all, SuSE missed to put it on disk. Consequently, I downloaded all freshly from the net: 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

[pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance

2003-06-12 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear all, SuSE 82 comes with gcc 3.3 installed by defaut, which is much strict then gcc 3.2. For example, here is a compilation error: if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I/usr/include/pgsql -I/space/pgadmin/wxGTK/install/lib/wx/include/gtk2ud-2.5 -I/space/pgadmin/wxGTK/install/include

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Configure patch

2003-06-12 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Thursday 12 June 2003 16:27, Adam H. Pendleton wrote: Dave, please *do not* apply this patch as I think it breaks the default pgsql checks. Give me a chance to test it first. This patch is for review, Adam. We are waiting for your expertise. Cheers, Jean-Michel

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance

2003-06-12 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Thursday 12 June 2003 17:09, you wrote: Can you CVS update please? I fixed that yesterday (unless someone un-fixed it again). This is an error output from today. It only occurs under SuSE 82. Maybe we should wait for Adam patch review and then I will try again to compile under SuSE.

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance

2003-06-13 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
(%build) Cheers, Jean-Michel Dave Page wrote: -Original Message- From: Jean-Michel POURE [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 12 June 2003 16:50 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Adam Pendleton Subject: Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance On Thursday 12 June 2003 17:09, you wrote: Can

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] gcc3.3 compliance

2003-06-13 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
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: if g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I..

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Request for help about Debian packaging

2003-06-13 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
On Friday 13 June 2003 14:16, Dave Page wrote: I had an offer to help with Debian this morning - currently waiting to hear back from the guy. Hi Dave, Sorry, things are going so quickly these days... Michael Meskes is part of the main hacker team and happens to be a big fan of Debian...

Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Translation issue: use of %s

2003-06-13 Thread Jean-Michel POURE
Dear Andreas, 1) In the case of Creating a new %s, I think it would help if %s is not only the object name itself (View, Table, ...) but includes new (new view, new table, tableau nouveau, neue Tabelle, neuer Operator...). I'll be recoding typeNameList[] the next days for this. Are there

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