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The aim of the Sequel Pro project, ever since it was created as a fork of the abandoned CocoaMySQL has always been to create the best MySQL client available for OS X. Considering MySQL isn't the only relational database system out there, we've naturally always had requests to support others and with the growing popularity of these other systems, coupled ...

Sequel Pro 0.9.9 was released last Friday (July 1st). As with every release, this one includes a huge number of new features, enhancements and bug fixes, especially more so this time considering it's been so long since our last release back in August. As always we're trying to keep to a better and more frequent release schedule in the future, but needless ...

Clang is a compiler front-end for C, C++, Objective-C and (now) Objective-C++. It's built on top of the Low Level Virtual Machine (LLVM), the project that aims to provide a modern compiler infrastructure, that projects (like Clang) can be built upon. Like LLVM, Clang aims to provide a modern front-end compiler for the aforementioned languages and is seen to ...

Sequel Pro 0.9.8.1 was released a few days ago. As is evident from the classic open source project version number, this was a bug fix release (our first one in fact) that addresses over 30 different issues, significantly improving the application's overall stability. It's taken us this long to realise that we should have been doing this a lot more often ...

SafariTabs 0.7.3 is now available for download. I'll keep this short as my thoughts on SafariTabs and Safari 5 as well as most of the changes were mentioned in my previous post, with the main change being added support for Safari 5 on Snow Leopard. The full list of changes in this release can be found in the version history. ...

In short, I'm working on it. For anyone interested in a little bit of history, when Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) was released, which included further restrictions on InputManagers resulting in SIMBL having to be rewritten I was all set on discontinuing the development of SafariTabs. The reason being because its feature set was reducing with every release of ...

Remember this post in which I detailed at great length my plans for redesigning Sequel Pro's export architecture? Well, a little over 6 months since the redesign branch was created I finally merged it back into trunk yesterday. As expected the new architecture doesn't exactly match what was planned in every way, but 28 new files and countless lines of code ...