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Wolfgang Keller wrote:

This is one way Base is more powerful than Access.

That's the whole point.

By not focusing on promoting Base as *the* generic client-side FOSS tool
for access to client-server RDBMs, they're missing a *HUGE* opportunity.

And since Rekall has vanished (despite being GPL), there's not much in
terms of database tools (that don't require programming) in the FOSS
world. Kexi isn't available anywhere else than on Linux and it's
missing critical functionality (e.g. support for composite keys).

Hi Wolfgang and all,
I am Kexi maintainer. Nice to meet you and it will be exciting to deliver 
the missing functionality that's critical to you. Please don't hesitate to 
it discuss further 
- on the forums: 
- or within the mailing list

As for the native Windows and Mac versions, they are in development now with 
a deadline in Q2 2015. The delay is related to the fact that we're heading 
to a highly modern Qt 5 version that enables a version for mobile devices.


regards / pozdrawiam, Jaroslaw Staniek
 Kexi & Calligra & KDE | |
 Qt for Tizen |
 Qt Certified Specialist |

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