SQLiteStudio is a cross-platform SQLite database manager
- Free • Open Source
- Database Manager
What is SQLiteStudio?
SQLiteStudio is a SQLite database manager with the following features:
- Intuitive interface,
- All SQLite3 and SQLite2 features wrapped witin simple GUI,
- Some features implemented on top of basic SQLite3/SQLite2 SQL statements, like editing all existing objects, or Foreign Keys transparent emulation,
- Cross-platform - runs on Windows 9x/2k/XP/2003/Vista/7, Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD and should work on other Unixes (not tested yet). Mac OS X support is partially done, but dont expect to run SQLiteStudio on it yet - support for this system is planned,
- Localizations, currently translated to: o English, o Polish, o Spanish, o German,
- Exporting to various formats (SQL statements, CSV, HTML, XML),
- Pretty fast handling of tables with lots of data (tables data preview and SQL queries results are split and displayed in smaller pieces),
- Numerous small additions, like formatting code (uppercase keywords), fast navigation between windows and tabs in notebooks by shortcuts, history of queries executed in editor windows and more,
- UTF-8 support,
- skinnable (interface can look native for Windows 9x/XP, KDE, GTK, Mac OS X, or draw widgets to fit for other environments, WindowMaker, etc),
- Configurable colors, fonts and shortcuts.
- Single executable file - no need to install or uninstall. Binary distribution is just the single, ready to use file.
- Open source and free - Released under GPLv2 licence.
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Anyone managed to get this running on the Raspberry Pi? (Please don't say it's easy just compile this and that).
They seem to be very similar, same icons, same interface, etc. Derived from the same code? Which is better?
Looks like SQLite Studio has a prettier interface as far as icons and stuff...