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MySQL Query Browser has been depricated

Thread began 12/23/2012 8:06 pm by BruceT | Last modified 12/26/2012 2:02 pm by BruceT | 912 views | 1 replies


MySQL Query Browser has been depricated

I'm trying to work my way through the PHP Database Starter Kit tutorials but I can't get past the second tutorial. The MySQL Query Browser the tutorial calls for is no longer available for download... at least for my iMac. I ended up downloading MySQLWorkbench, which is supposedly the replacement software for Query Browser. Unfortunately, the user interfaces are so different I can't follow the tutorial.

I have MAMP Pro installed but once again the user interfaces are so different from those in the tutorial that I finally gave up after about five hours of going around in circles.

Any suggestions? Will the tutorial be updated now that MySQL Query Browser is no longer available?

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