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'Glom' is a GUI that lets you design PostgreSQL table definitions and the relationships between them, as well as edit and search the data in those tables. The design has the added advantage of separation between interface and data. It attempts to provide a simple generic framework sufficient to implement most database applications (which normally consists of lots of repetitive, unmaintainable code). Glom-specific data such as the relationship definitions is saved in the Glom document. Glom re-connects to the postgreSQL server when it loads a previous Glom document. The document is in XML format.


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released on 30 September 2014

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GPLv2Janet Casey22 March 2002

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Murray Cumming Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

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Required to use MySQL
Required to use mysqlcppapi (
Required to use Xerces-C (
Required to use GtkExtra--
Required to use Gnome--
Required to use Bakery 2.4 or later
Required to use Gtk--
Required to use libgdamm2

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 5 December 2014.


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