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Building PostgreSQL 8.0.x using MinGW under Win… Magician wanted

Compiling the fresh PostgreSQL releases is not a problem under Windows using MinGW as you probably know. One of my clients asked me to build pg_dump\pg_restore if it’s possible of course. Yes, I know that 8.0.x and 8.1.x branches are

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PaGoDump’s version leap

From reliable sources it became known that next release of PaGoDump – a GUI Windows utility for backing up a PostgreSQL database built with MicroOLAP PostgresDAC – will have 8.4.0 version string. This is only to avoid confusion. Henceforth PaGoDump

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PaGoDump: release & trick

Release First of all my congratulations to the whole advanced mankind – PaGoDump v1.0.2 is out! For people in the tank PaGoDump v1.0.2 is a free GUI Windows utility for backing up a PostgreSQL database with Unicode support. Trick Now

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PaGoDump v1.0.1 is out

PaGoDump v1.0.1 released – Win32 GUI utility for PostgreSQL dump fully compatible with native pg_dump, but with Unicode object names and file names support! Changes since 1.0.0: [!] Support for PostgreSQL 8.3.6 added [+] Encoding option added [-] “Misordering of

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Meet the PaGoDump

As mentioned in my previous post, we have huge troubles with non-Latin object names in Windows console. So I decided to solve at least one of them. Postgresmen, meet the PaGoDump – FREE Win32 GUI utility for PostgreSQL dump fully

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