[wingide-users] Sqlite Wing IDE Plugin
rileyporter at gmail.com
Mon Jan 3 09:57:29 MST 2011
Yah, SQLite expert is windows only and Firefox SQLite Manager is a bit
limited. We do all of our coding on OSX.
Without seeing Wings Source code. Roughly of course, how much of an
undertaking would this be?
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 11:41 AM, Alan Harris-Reid <
aharrisreid at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Two standalone tools (both free!) that I regularly use for SQLite
> maintenance are
> a) FireFox SQLite Manager (simple browser interface, lacks some basic
> b) SQLite Expert (personal edition)
> Personally I would not like to see db viewing or manipulation tools
> integrated with Wing IDE. The IDE emphasis should be on ease of
> development, and not try and be all things to all people.
> Just my 2c worth.
> On 03/01/2011 16:31, Wingware Support wrote:
> On 1/3/11 7:56 AM, Riley Porter wrote:
> This is my first post to this list so I am not sure as this is the right
> place to ask this question. However, here it goes. I was wondering if there
> is an sqlite plugin available for viewing data in a sql db through the
> WingIDE interface? If there is not, is this something that the wingIDE api
> would be able to support? Where can I find more information about writing
> plugins ? As I would very much like to see this feature available. As a
> convert to WingIDE from eclipse, this is the real only feature that I "miss"
> from eclipse.
> There is no such plug-in currently available, as far as I know. It is
> something that is in our longer-term plans, but not something we would
> manage to add anytime soon, I think.
> It may be possible to write one using the scripting API that Wing IDE
> provides. This is documented at http://wingware.com/doc/scripting and
> there are examples in the “scripting” directory in your Wing IDE
> installation. There are also user-contributed scripts in the wiki at
> Since you would need to build some kind of a tool panel, and the API does
> not include support for that, you would probably want the source code for
> Wing IDE, which you can get under an NDA. The file scripts/pylintpanel.py
> was also originally written by a user, and it includes the definition of the
> You may also want to take a look and see if you can find a standalone tool,
> that you could use in tandem with Wing IDE, rather than going to the effort
> of writing a tool.
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