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.TH SQL-EDITOR 1 "January 22, 2002"
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.SH NAME
sql-editor \- program to edit SQL databases
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B sql-editor
.SH DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the
.B sql-editor
command.
.PP
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\fBsql-editor\fP 
lets the user edit the contents of the tables of a SQL database
through a convenient Gtk graphical interface. The user can also select in
the database, using an SQL SELECT query, and browse the results.
sql-editor does not create tables, nor it does any other administrative task:
you may use mysql-navigator for these.
sql-editor is aware of joins (which can be specified by using regular 
expressions).
.SH BUGS
PROBABLY MANY
.PP
THIS EDITOR IS VERY YOUNG AND NOT THROUGHLY TESTED. DO NOT USE IT TO EDIT
VALUABLE DATA. (though it should be safe to use it to browse data).
.SH OPTIONS
None
.SH AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Andrea Mennucc <debian@Tonelli.sns.it>.