dec 14, 2010
Short news

mar 25, 2010
Release 0.2.2

The « laty » release.

This release comes with an initial version of PostgreSQL engine and this is a significant step forward in the development of the project.

Whats new:

Bugs fixed: What's next? folow to my blog...

Jul 19, 2009
Why I'm not using libgda/ODBC/

I was constantly asked about not using ODBC. If my project is point at GNOME desktop integration, I'll not use the exist library (libgda) to the database accesss (libgda is the part of the GNOME­DB project). To answer this questions please read this wiki page

Jun 14, 2009
New logo!

A few days ago i asked my friends ( for drawing a new logo. So... Konstantin Rotkevich has done it. How do you find it? I think it is perfect!

Dec 23, 2008
Version 0.2.1 released

In this release we fixed some bugs:

Buildsystem was cleaned up (Now the files are installed according to standards).

Debian build routines rewritten from scratch. Fixes for RPM building.

There are also several improvements:

First, I would like to thank the developers Dmitry Oboukhov (Debian) and Pavel Shevchuk (Fedora) for a great help in adapting build on these distributions. I hope to see this project in official repositories of these distributions in near future.

Also thanks to all who wrote bug reports! Thank you all! I'm looking forwards to see more bugreports ;-)

Happy New Year everyone! Merry Christmas!

See you next year!

PS: Uninstall all previous ubuntu packages prior to installing new version.

Nov 29, 2008
Announcing the first public release of project GSQL version 0.2.0

GSQL is an integrated database development environment for GNOME. It is designed to support multiple database engines, so far MySQL and Oracle are supported.

This release introduces:

Release remarks:

GSQL API is now stable enough, and you are highly encouraged to contribute your own plugins or support additional database engines.

We wish GSQL could become the main database development tool in GNOME one day.