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How to install gerald

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install gerald
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License
BSD
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version 0.4.1.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

Gerald is a general purpose toolkit written in Python for cataloguing, managing and deploying database schemas. Its major current use is to identify the differences between various versions of a schema. A schema is a single logical grouping of database objects usually made up of tables, views and stored code objects (functions and procedures).

You can use Gerald to determine the differences between your development and test environments, or to integrate changes from a number of different developers into your integration database.

Gerald is designed to be used in an Agile environment, but is useful regardless of your development methodology.

Gerald is designed from the ground up to support as many popular relational database systems as possible. Currently it will document and compare schemas from databases implemented in MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL. Other databases will be supported in future releases.

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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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