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Re: About MySQL support

Dave Ellison
- 02/11/2016 03:51:23
I am a CLI man, just with PostgreSQL I rarely have to do any admin work on it. So when I do, I just end up using pgadmin, which feels very old and needs a good bit of modernisation. TBH, even a Eclipse add-on and move from its own program would be fine. However.. it works, it does it's job. Just doesn't quite "feel" quite as good as what you receive with MySQL MS SQL etc. However, if I had the choice of pgadmin and using postgresql or using a better admin tool, then having to deal with MS SQL. Well pgadmin my old friend, we are life partners. :)

Thanks for the PyCharm example and all others, never even considered PyCharm.


On 10/02/16 23:51, Nhomar Hernandez wrote:

On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 5:47 PM, Graeme Gellatly <> wrote:
But in terms of general maintenance, testing, query analysis, schema pictures etc I dropped pgadmin for the builtin Pycharm support.  Autocomplete, scripts, saves input, smart auto joins etc, even autocomplete inside a cr.execute in python with preview of results, is really nice.  About the only thing I miss from pgAdmin is the graphical explain,  but its not like reading that stuff is especially hard.  Team it up with Pycharms ability to watch/filter postgres logs in both debug and run sessions in terms of development and troubleshooting to me it far exceeds pgAdmin in this arena. 

Following you I gave a chance to PyCharm even if I love yet vim (you know paradigms) it helped me A LOT also and from time to time I use it....

You should share a vide using PyCharm in that way jejeje I could not mek it work.... for me psql -d <enter> is enought but all what you mention should be cool to have it in the arsenal also ;-)

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