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Navicat For MySQL is a GUI for MySQL developers. I've tried a few tools before but somehow got attached to Navicat due to a few nice features that I'm not going to go into right now. Navicat suffers from a couple of annoying bugs and random crashes. I don't know if I can help fix the random ones but if I can at least file the ones I can reproduce, everyone wins. I have the latest as of today version 8.0.23.
Bug [NAL-15328]: Structure Sync Fails to notice encoding differences
|Last Update:||13 Mar 2008 12:38 PM|
|Last Replier:||Mayho Ho|
|Department:||Navicat Support Center|
|Created On:||13 Mar 2008 09:52 AM…|
I've been playing with various GUIs off and on over the last
couple of months. I find that I drop to mysql.exe quite often no
matter which tool I use. My favorites until recently have been
the MySQL GUI Tools and NaviCat.
I was using the Lite edition of Navicat. I actually started using navicat with postgres a few years ago. I like it but the lite version is limited in some annoying ways. It's nice in that it runs (at least the mysql version) in Linux and windows. I don't use a mac so that doesn't really do anything for me.
Of course the MySQL gui tools run just about anywhere.
I just …