MySQL Query Browser is a database querying tool that combines the simplicity of a Web-browser-like interface with powerful features like multiple result sets on tab sheets, query history, storing query "bookmarks", editing and comparing resultsets, SQL script debugging, and more. It is released under the GPL and is available with native interfaces for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
What's new in this version:
This is a maintenance release of the production MySQL Query Browser for Mac OS X.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I have hopes for this product, but it's hard to test when it crashes so much.
Also, the screen I'm presented with does not match the one in the tutorials, I'm not talking about the fact that the screenshots in the tutorials are from win XP. I'm talking about the fact the there is a bar they show in the tutorials for building the queries, they show buttons for SELECT, HAVING, WHERE etc which are not on in my window. I can't find a preference or anything to turn this on, so I'm stumped about that.
Also, when I drag a table into the drag area and drop it on any of the JOIN options, I can't get it to work. It says they need to be innoDB tables or they have to have a column with the same name, I have columns of the same name but it never adds anything to the query.
I'm happy to see mysql supporting OS X, but this product seems from ready for prime time.