Description: HeidiSQL is an easy-to-use interface and a "working-horse" for web-developers using the popular MySQL-Database. It allows you to manage and browse your databases and tables from an intuitive Windows® interface.
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Development Test 2 (2008-03-23):
- fixed add copyright of myself to NSI files
- added readme.txt into source directory
- AppInfo.ini "Anse" --> "HeidiSQL Team" since it's a multi-developer project
- Appicon.ico : from 24bits only --> 32bit and 8bit formats only
- changed AppSource.txt to refer to help.html
- changed tagline and support stuff in help.html
Development Test 1 (2008-03-22):
- Initial Release
- Packed with UPX nrv2e
- Supports backing up of settings if HeidiSQL is already installed locally
- Supports multiple launches
- Default .SQL snippets that come with HeidiSQL installation are part of DefaultData and created on first launch if not exist in data directory
- For Snippets support, program requires Power User privileges because it writes to ALL USERS's Application Data folder. I checked the code, and it's not an environment variable call, but an API call to get shell folder, which I don't know howto intercept from the NSI (if even possible)
Self-blurb: This is my first foray into creating a PortableApp that conforms to the PortableApps.com format. Having no experience in NSIS scripts, I'd say this took a lot longer than I thought.
I have tried to get it as perfect as possible in this first devtest build. I've read a lot of posts by John, Patrick, Ryan, and other moderators and testers about what is needed.
But, since this is still my first PortableApp, please post all the comments about the nsi script or anything else for that matter
Ryan has offerred to host the setup files! Yipee! Currently using rapidhsare as we work out the kinks