GapMea

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gapMea

http://gthom.btsinfogap.org/gapMea.html
database design tool

GapMea is an opensource database design tool written in Qt/C++. GapMea is a visual tool written in C++/QT which helps to design and understand databases.

It's based on a french data analysis method named "Merise" and produce beautiful shemas of database objects you have to deal with.

Once finished you can generate sql code and paste it into your favorite Database Command Line Interface to generate database. You can save your design in an open xml file format to share it with your development team. Screenshots of schemas will bring better understanding of your data in your software technical documentation.

Documentation

Documentation http://gthom.btsinfogap.org/gapMea/gapMea.html is only in french. My english is too bad to write a good translation...





Licensing

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License:GPLv3orlater



Leaders and contributors

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Gilles Thomassin (Gthom)author


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