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HeidiSQL 8.2 released
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This is the first release which ships a 64 bit version along with the 32 bit one. The installer includes both versions. Installing over an existing 32 bit instance will again install the 32 bit version. So if you prefer 64 bit you will need to uninstall first.

Get it from the download page.



Here are the most noticable changes and new features:
* 64 bit version allows HeidiSQL to use much more of your memory than the 2GB in 32 bit mode
* New feature: Fast table status for databases with InnoDB tables. (Disable Session > Advanced > [X] Get full table status)
* New feature: Favorites in database tree
* New feature: Append parameter names for









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HeidiSQL 8.1 released
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This release fixes tons of bugs, while the number of new features is not as high as in a major release.
Especially, we have a new libmysql.dll in place now, which fixes pluggable authentication, broken in
the 8.0 release.

Get it from the download page.

Here are the most noticable changes and new features:

* Make snippets directory customizable. Fixes issue #3276
* Provide a libmysql.dll from a MariaDB-5.3.12 server, to fix pluggable authentication. Also fixes "malformed packet" on LOAD DATA.
* Introduce Win7+ jump items on task button. See http://www.heidisql.com/forum.php?t=12385.
* Introduce the new data option "Local number format"
* Remove "Run file"











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HeidiSQL 8.0 released
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343 revisions after the 7.0 release follows the new 8.0 release of HeidiSQL now.

Get it from the download page.

Here are the most noticable changes:


- Available in 23 languages now. Thanks to all translators and Transifex hereby!
- Database tree: Introduce optional folders for tables, views, routines etc.
- Introduce session folders in session manager.
- Make routine editor work on MS SQL servers.
- Support search and replace in data and query results.
- Add support for microseconds in temporal datatypes of MariaDB 5.3+ and MySQL 5.6.
- Introduce a query history, available in the right side helpers box. Can be turned off.
- Implement grid export as PHP array.
- Host > Variables: Add "Global" column, and highlight values different to their session pendant
- Add















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HeidiSQL 8.0 released
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343 revisions after the 7.0 release follows the new 8.0 release of HeidiSQL now.

Get it from the download page.

Here are the most noticable changes:


- Available in 23 languages now. Thanks to all translators and Transifex hereby!
- Database tree: Introduce optional folders for tables, views, routines etc.
- Introduce session folders in session manager.
- Make routine editor work on MS SQL servers.
- Support search and replace in data and query results.
- Add support for microseconds in temporal datatypes of MariaDB 5.3+ and MySQL 5.6.
- Introduce a query history, available in the right side helpers box. Can be turned off.
- Implement grid export as PHP array.
- Host > Variables: Add "Global" column, and highlight values different to their session pendant














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HeidiSQL 7.0 released
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450 revisions after the 6.0 release follows the new 7.0 release of HeidiSQL now. Here are the most noticable changes since the 6.0 release:

- Basic support for Microsoft SQL Server, allowing to execute queries, edit grid data and to do a data-only export
- Introduce a separate dialog for all grid export actions, allowing to set up various options before file is created
- Threaded query execution, including a button to stop long running queries
- Enhanced completion proposal
- Grid editing support for binary primary keys
- Implement multi statements in one go for query tabs, to speed up large scripts with many single queries
- User manager: Random password proposals in dropdown menus
- User manager: Support account resource limits
- User manager: Support SSL settings
- Support pluggable authentication on MariaDB 5.2 and MySQL 5.5.7
- Indicate











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HeidiSQL 7.0 released
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450 revisions after the 6.0 release follows the new 7.0 release of HeidiSQL now. Here are the most noticable changes since the 6.0 release:

- Basic support for Microsoft SQL Server, allowing to execute queries, edit grid data and to do a data-only export
- Introduce a separate dialog for all grid export actions, allowing to set up various options before file is created
- Threaded query execution, including a button to stop long running queries
- Enhanced completion proposal
- Grid editing support for binary primary keys
- Implement multi statements in one go for query tabs, to speed up large scripts with many single queries
- User manager: Random password proposals in dropdown menus
- User manager: Support account resource limits
- User manager: Support SSL settings
- Support pluggable authentication on MariaDB 5.2 and MySQL 5.5.7
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HeidiSQL 6.0 released
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This is a new release of HeidiSQL, the result of 331 changes done after the previous 5.1 release. HeidiSQL 6.0 introduces many new features of which I'll list the most important ones here:
- Tabs for multiple batch results or multiple procedure results in a query tab.
- Multiple connections in one application instance
- Editable query results
- Rewritten user manager, using GRANT and REVOKE syntax now
- Rewritten "Copy table" dialog and logic, supporting WHERE filters now
- Rewritten "Load text file" dialog and logic, supports client side parsing for situations where LOAD DATA is not allowed
- Rewritten SQL help dialog
- Query profiling in query tabs
- Introduce "Run current query" action (Shift+Ctrl+F9)
- Enhance detection of Unicode text files
- Server details hint when mouse over version status panel
- Internal image previewer for BLOBs
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HeidiSQL 5.1 stable released
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This is a maintenance release which fixes some remaining bugs in the 5.0 version. Also, the 5.1 release introduces some new features:

* New feature: Editor for scheduled events on MySQL 5.1+ servers
* New feature: "Databases" sub tab on "Host" tab. Displays number or tables, procedures etc of each db, plus the last update date and default collation.
* New feature: When editing contents of a InnoDB table which has a foreign key, the relevant cell displays a lookup pulldown menu with the first available text column of the foreign table
* New feature: Call stored procedures and functions from context menu. Parameter input is prompted.
* Bugfix: Startup errors on multi-monitor set ups, reading some non existant registry value.
* Bugfix: Startup errors in portable mode ("List index out of bounds")
* Bugfix: Quote collation value in table editor, so "binary" does not







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HeidiSQL 5.0 stable released
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One year after the last stable release, v5.0 is now ready to use.

Changes between v5.0 beta and v5.0 stable:
* New feature: SSL options in session manager
* New feature: Startup script file in session manager
* New feature: Quick filter with "More values" auto fetches distinct cell values from table
* New feature: SQL export to clipboard
* New feature: Rewritten search and replace dialog, supporting regular expressions now
* Enhancement: Custom row height in result grids
* Enhancement: Implementing stuff for portable into main exe, so there is no need for a launcher any longer
* Many bugs (approximately 50) fixed

Changes between v4.0 and v5.0 beta:
* Completely rewritten, homebrown database communication layer, supporting Unicode from the very beginning
* Rewritten













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Portable updated
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I just created a portable release of the 5.0 beta code. Other than previous portable releases, this is not an installer any longer, but a simple ZIP file. Just unpack and run it.

How does HeidiSQL portable exactly work?
r3201 implements additional code into heidisql.exe, which checks for a "portable_settings.txt" file in the same directory. If present, heidisql.exe will read any settings from this file into a unique registry key, without interfering any running Heidi process or even other running portables. When you close the main window, settings will be written to the above mentioned text file and the registry key gets removed.

This way, the user is able to create its own portable with any build (ok, any later than r3201), just by placing an empty textfile into the same directory.
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