LiteMan is meant to be used a quick tool to build database files for dynamic websites and application file formats, but can be used as a generic database application (though a low-level one).
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LiteMan is a fairly new piece of software and is in a state of pre-alpha. However, it still has some useful features:
- Create and view any SQLite3 database file
- Create, delete and alter new and existing tables
- Create and delete database views
- Run quaries by either direct SQL code or by a dialog
- Export your tables and views to a SQL dump file
Known Issues (and missing features)
- Table field comments are not stored.
- The only way to alter a table is to rename it. Anything other requires re-creating the table.
- There are no means to alter a view.
The latest version of LiteMan is v0.2 (download).
Currently, only a source package is provided. To build it you need the following:
- A computer with Linux or Windows (MacOS X should work too, didn't check)
- A building enviorment (C++ compiler, make, etc)
- The Qt toolkit, version 4.1 or better, modules Core, Gui and SQL
LiteMan is developed in a GoogleCode project. The development of the next version, 0.3, is underway there.
Send your comments/bug reports/feature ideas/patches/hatemail and other vegetables to igorkh [AT] freeshell [DOT] org.