Что нового в версии:
What's new in Postico 1.1.1
February 1st, 2017
- Fixed two crashes when opening the structure view of some tables on some Redshift clusters.
- Text fields in views can now be edited in the sidebar. #288
- Fixed erratic auto sizing behavior for table columns in the SQL query view #291 New in Postico 1.1
(January 28th, 2017)
Create Indexes for Tables and Materialized Views
Postico now has a really nice GUI for adding indexes. Existing indices are also displayed graphically (instead of raw SQL). #19
Add support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro #311
In the query view, Postico now immediately displays error messages even when a query returns rows. Additionally, Postico now displays a status icon after the query completes so you immediately see if it succeeded. #302
The elapsed time for queries is now printed with monospaced digits to avoid jittering.
Improved performance when editing large SQL scripts in the query view.
Are you annoyed that Postico automatically creates a favorite when you open a postgres://
URL? You can now disable this behavior with a hidden preference. Just execute the following command: defaults write at.eggerapps.Postico CreateFavoritesForURLs 0
Added purple color option for favorites.
Fixed a bug that caused high CPU usage while Postico is connecting via SSH #123
Fixed a crash when adding large files to bytea fields #299
Fixed a bug where using the Quick Open command accidentally filtered tables in the side bar.
Updated bundled libraries: libpq 9.5.5, OpenSSL 1.0.2j, libssh2 1.8.0.
Since libpq 9.5.5 no longer uses the shared SSL Context, this release should also fix a potential deadlock while connecting. When this happened, Postico just showed the message "Working..." and did nothing #294