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phpMyDoc is a tool for documenting MySQL databases. It automatically indexes all of your tables and columns, and then allows you to fill in informative text at any time. It stores the data "in place" so that the documentation data follows your database where ever it goes. The Web interface is simple, and editing is simple for anyone. Also, phpMyDoc allows exporting of the entire documentation in a few standalone formats.

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  •  30 May 2002 12:47

    Release Notes: A typo in the English messages was fixed. Support for a "Simplified Tables" export format and an XML export format was added.

    •  12 Jan 2002 07:02

      Release Notes: A localization capability has been added along with a complete French translation. A number of compatibility fixes - including long PHP tags - have been made. Other small feature enhancements have been added.

      •  11 Dec 2001 08:46

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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