A graphic SQLite Editor in Python
What is SQL editor?
SQL editor is free, open source, Integrated Development Environment(IDE) for working with SQL in SQLite databases.
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Install the Sql editor from source code.
$ cd sql_editor $ python setup.py install sql_editor
Install the Sql editor using pip command.
$ pip install sql_editor
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- Currently supports only python 3 build.
- Support only sqlite database.
- Graphical user interface for sqlite 3.
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