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QxOrm is a C++ library available under a dual license :
  • GNU/GPLv3 license : open-source and free (to develop an open-source project or to evaluate QxOrm library) ;
  • Proprietary license to distribute an application based on QxOrm library without any restrictions of GNU/GPLv3 license.
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This version has been tested with Visual Studio 2008, 2010 and 2012 on Windows, GCC on Linux and Mac OS X, MinGW on Windows, and Clang on Mac OS X.

QxOrm library has been accepted into the Qt Ambassador Program

QxEntityEditor is a graphic editor for QxOrm library : QxEntityEditor provides a graphic way to manage the data model.
QxEntityEditor is multi-platform (available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X) and generates native code for all environments : desktop (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X), embedded and mobile (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Raspberry Pi, etc.).

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Note : by default, QxEntityEditor application is limited to 5 entities per project. To get a license key and create unlimited entities per project, please contact us using this e-mail : contact@qxorm.com.

A user manual (documentation) for QxEntityEditor application is available.
Price of a QxEntityEditor license key : 300€ (per developer, 12 months of free updates).


Before installing and building QxOrm, you need the following libraries : Qt (from version 4.5.0) and boost (from version 1.38, and by default just header files *.hpp are necessary) :

Qt Qt : cross-platform application development framework : GUI (QtGui), network (QtNetwork), XML (QtXml), database (QtSql)...
Qt provides excellent support and documentation. Using Qt, you can write simple and powerful C++ code.
Qt is produced by Digia's Qt Development Frameworks division and is available under LGPL license.
QxOrm is compatible with many Qt's objects : QObject, QString, QDate, QTime, QDateTime, QList, QHash, QSharedPointer, QScopedPointer...
It is recommended to install the latest version of Qt available at the following address : http://www.qt.io/

boost boost : many of boost's founders are on the C++ standard committee and several boost libraries have been accepted for incorporation into C++1x (new standard for the C++ programming language). The boost's libraries are aimed at a wide range of C++ users and application domains.
QxOrm uses the following boost's features (header files *.hpp only, boost serialization dependency is optional) : smart_pointer, type_traits, multi_index_container, unordered_container, any, tuple, foreach, function.
It is recommended to get the latest version of boost available at the following address : http://www.boost.org/

Here are all changes logs of QxOrm library and QxEntityEditor application :
QxOrm library history :

Changes in version 1.4.3:

- Support CMake : new CMakeLists.txt file added to build QxOrm library with CMake
- Improve SQL error messages when qx::dao functions return a database error
- New parameter in singleton class qx::QxSqlDatabase to log SQL bound values (setTraceSqlBoundValues) : by default, bound values are logged when an error occurred
- New syntax to select columns to not fetch : -{ col_1, col_2, etc... }
- New function qx::dao::call_query_without_prepare() to execute specific SQL queries without prepared statement
- Improve QxModelView module : all QxOrm models (based on qx::IxModel interface) can be serialized to JSON format (including all relationships levels) : this is now another way to work with relationships and QML (thanks to JSON.parse() and JSON.stringify() javascript functions) without using nested models concept (so without using QxEntityEditor model/view generated classes)
- Improve qxBlogModelView sample project and QxOrm manual to show how to access to relationships data in QML (nested models or JSON)
- Fix a memory leak in qx::QxSqlRelation class
- Reduce output binary size (~20%) and compilation times (~20%) to build persistent classes based on QxOrm library
- Support unity build concept to reduce compilation times to build QxOrm library and C++ persistent classes generated by QxEntityEditor application : for more details, see _QX_UNITY_BUILD compilation option in QxOrm.pri or QxOrm.cmake configuration file
- Improve QxConvert module : possibility to store in database complex QVariant properties which contain QVariantMap, QVariantHash or QVariantList types (JSON format)
- Fix an issue with some databases when a foreign key is also a part of the primary key
- Fix an issue with QSharedPointer and boost::serialization when a same raw pointer is shared by several QSharedPointer during deserialization process

Changes in version 1.4.2:

- Support JSON serialization : each C++ class registered in QxOrm context can be serialized/deserialized in JSON format (JSON feature requires Qt5)
- For more details about JSON serialization, read QxOrm manual here : http://www.qxorm.com/qxorm_en/manual.html#manual_606
- With JSON serialization and QxService module : it is now possible to create REST Web Services to send data to a javascript engine (web pages for example)
- Fix some compilation errors with recent (and less permissive) compilers and latest versions of boost and Qt
- Fix relationship initialization assertion with complex, deep and circular relationships in large database schema
- Improve QDataStream serialization : should be faster now and fix an issue with circular instances dependencies
- Fix a bug fetching 1-n and n-n relationships when root is a container of stack objects (it worked only with pointers or smart-pointers, for example : QList<blog> vs QList<std::shared_ptr<blog>>)
- Improve qx::dump() function : possibility to display a C++ instance state in XML or JSON format

Changes in version 1.4.1:

!!! IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THIS VERSION !!! : it is strongly recommended to read the QxOrm.pri configuration file of this new version (compilation options have changed compared to previous versions).
Now, by default, QxOrm library is a much lighter library : QxOrm depends only on QtCore and QtSql (boost serialization is now optional and not required by default).
By default, serialization engine is now based on Qt QDataStream class (but you can still enable boost serialization defining _QX_ENABLE_BOOST_SERIALIZATION compilation option in QxOrm.pri configuration file).
So now, with default options :
- QxOrm 1.4.1 is much easier to install because you don't have to deal with boost serialization extra dependency ;
- QxOrm 1.4.1 shared library is 3X smaller than 1.3.2 version ;
- Generated binaries which depends on QxOrm library are 25% smaller ;
- If you are not using serialization functions in current projects based on QxOrm library, then you can define or not _QX_ENABLE_BOOST_SERIALIZATION compilation option without changing any line of your source code.

Here are all other changes of version 1.4.1:
- Improve relationships engine : possibility to select columns to fetch using syntax : my_relation { col_1, col_2, etc... }
- Improve QxTraits module to reduce compilation times and build smaller binaries
- Improve QxOrm website adding possibility to search and replacing the old FAQ by a more organized manual (user guide)
- New compilation option _QX_ENABLE_BOOST_SERIALIZATION to enable boost serialization dependency (read QxOrm.pri configuration file for more details)
- New compilation option _QX_ENABLE_QT_NETWORK to enable QxService module (transfer persistent layer over network) : read QxOrm.pri configuration file for more details
- New compilation option _QX_NO_RTTI to build QxOrm library without C++ RTTI type information
- Support QDataStream Qt serialization engine (used by default when _QX_ENABLE_BOOST_SERIALIZATION compilation option is not defined)
- Improve qx_query class (SQL queries) : new method (named customOperator()) which gives the possibility to define a custom operator (for example <@ for PostgreSQL ltree type)
- Fix a program startup issue due to 'static initialization order fiasco' creating singletons (it was an issue with some compilers during the shared library link process)
- New namespace qx::dao::throwable : same functions as qx::dao namespace, but they throw a qx::dao::sql_error exception when a SQL error occurred (instead of returning a QSqlError instance)
- Add a qAssertMsg() macro to put a more explicit error message when throwing an assertion
- Include all *.inl files (template implementation) in QxOrm.pro project file : QtCreator can now index these *.inl files in its project treeview
- Rename QxStringCvt to QxConvert : so if you persist custom types to database, you have to rename from QxStringCvt_FromVariant, QxStringCvt_ToVariant to QxConvert_FromVariant, QxConvert_ToVariant

Changes in version 1.3.2:

- Support C++11 types (need to set compilation options in QxOrm.pri config file to enable these features)
- With _QX_CPP_11_SMART_PTR compilation option : std::unique_ptr, std::shared_ptr, std::weak_ptr
- With _QX_CPP_11_CONTAINER compilation option : std::unordered_map, std::unordered_set, std::unordered_multimap, std::unordered_multiset
- With _QX_CPP_11_TUPLE compilation option : std::tuple

Changes in version 1.3.1:

- New class qx::QxModelService<T, S> in QxModelView module to connect a Qt model to services to execute client-server requests (can be used with QML and QtWidgets views)
- Add some useful methods to qx::IxModel class and fix several issues with the QxModelView module
- Support last version of MinGW with large precompiled header bug : new compilation option _QX_NO_PRECOMPILED_HEADER (to enable in QxOrm.pri file)
- Fix issue when loading several shared libraries on Windows with services registered in QxService module
- Fix the qx::QxSqlQuery serialization process used by QxService module to send requests over network
- Fix an issue with qx::QxCollection<Key, Value> class when inserting an item at last position

Changes in version 1.2.9:

- Improve nested models in QxModelView module to be able to use several relationships levels in QML

Changes in version 1.2.8:

- New function qx::model_view::create_nested_model (QxModelView module) used by QxEntityEditor to manage complex data structure to work with relationships in QML views and Qt model/view architecture
- New section in the QxOrm.pri file with some tips to reduce output binaries size
- Fix the call of triggers to have the inserted ID inside the trigger function with PostgreSQL

Changes in version 1.2.7:

- New module QxModelView : now, all classes registered in QxOrm context can be used with Qt model/view architecture (Qt widgets and/or QML views)
- qx::IxModel interface provides an easy way to work on QML with QxOrm library and interact with databases
- For more details about the new module QxModelView, goto the FAQ : 'How to use QxModelView module to interact with Qt model/view architecture (Qt widgets and/or QML views) ?'
- New function qx::dao::save_with_relation_recursive(), useful to save a full tree structure for example
- Remove the dependency on the STL compatibility functions in Qt (QT_NO_STL), which may not be available (thanks to KDE Plasma Media Center team for the patch)
- Support database table defined into a schema (using qx::IxDataMember::setName() function)

Changes in version 1.2.6:

- First version full compatible with QxEntityEditor application : the graphic editor for QxOrm library !
- For more details about QxEntityEditor, go to QxOrm website : http://www.qxorm.com/
- Thanks to the recent release of Qt 5.2, QxOrm library can now be used on Android and iOS
- Improve relationships and triggers engine
- Triggers onBeforeFetch() and onAfterFetch() called when fetching relationships
- Fix release mode detection during compilation : should improve performance on some environments
- Add serialization for QSqlError, qx::QxSqlQuery, qx::QxInvalidValue and qx::QxInvalidValueX classes

Changes in version 1.2.5:

- New license : go to download page of QxOrm website for more details
- Support Qt5
- New compiler supported : Clang (tested on Mac OS X)
- Now each QxOrm version will be tested in 32-bit and 64-bit mode
- Improve QxOrm introspection engine : possibility to register static class methods
- Improve QxService module : now it's easy to add an authentication process on server side
- New class qx::exception to get error code + error description with services methods throwing an exception
- New settings available in QxOrm.pri config file (whithout changing QxConfig.h file)
- Possibility to implement specifics database SQL functions overriding qx_query class
- Fix an issue when fetching multiple levels of relationship and NULL pointers
- Fix a bug with MS SQL Server database and update queries using auto-increment id

Changes in version 1.2.4:

- New relationship engine to fetch easily many levels of relationships per query
- For more details about this new engine, goto the FAQ : 'How to use relationship engine to fetch datas from many tables ?'
- Add 2 functions : qx::dao::execute_query and qx::dao::call_query to call a stored procedure or a custom SQL query
- For more details about this new feature, goto the FAQ : 'How to execute a stored procedure or a custom SQL query ?'
- Add support for boost::optional type to manage NULL database value without using QVariant type
- New class : qx::QxDaoAsync to make easier to execute queries in asynchronous way (multi-thread)
- For more details about this new class, goto the FAQ : 'How to use qx::QxDaoAsync class to execute queries in asynchronous way (multi-thread) ?'

Changes in version 1.2.3:

- New interface 'qx::IxPersistable' (abstract class) to simplify polymorphism using QxOrm library
- For more details about this new interface, goto the FAQ : 'How to use qx::IxPersistable interface ?'
- New methods into 'qx::IxCollection' interface to iterate over each items without knowing its type
- New option into 'QxOrm.pri' file to build QxOrm library statically (see '_QX_STATIC_BUILD' option)
- New triggers : 'qx::dao::on_before_fetch' and 'qx::dao::on_after_fetch' (for more details, goto the FAQ : 'How to define a Trigger with QxOrm ?')
- Add 'std::type_info' class information to introspection engine
- Some minor bugs fixed ('qx::dao::sql_error' exception message, SQL query column alias, mutex, etc.)

Changes in version 1.2.2:

- New module to provide a validation engine : QxValidator module
- For more details about QxValidator module, goto the FAQ of QxOrm library : 'How to use QxValidator module to validate automatically an instance ?'
- Fix last insert ID with PostgreSQL using 'RETURNING' keyword : fetch inserted ID instead of OID
- Improve SQL generator providing the good SQL type for all databases
- Add support for special database keywords using '[', ']' and '"' characters

Changes in version 1.2.1:

- Improve 'qx::QxSqlQuery' class : new engine to build queries without writing SQL, for more details, see the FAQ 'How to build a query without writing SQL with the class qx::QxSqlQuery ?'
- Improve 'qx::QxSession' class : provide persistent methods (CRUD) without using 'qx::dao::xxx' functions, for more details, see the FAQ 'How to use a session (qx::QxSession class) to manage automatically database transactions (using C++ RAII) ?'
- Implement 'repository' pattern to provide a common interface for persistent methods (CRUD) with 3 new classes : 'qx::IxRepository', 'qx::QxRepository<T>' and 'qx::QxRepositoryX'
- Possibility to serialize a QVariant 'UserType' with serialization engine of QxOrm library
- Improve thread-safe 'qx::cache' : add insertion date-time into the cache to verify that an element must be updated or not, for more details, see the FAQ 'How to use the cache (functions into namespace qx::cache) of QxOrm library ?'
- FAQ updated on QxOrm website with now 28 questions and answers

Changes in version 1.1.9:

- Possibility to register automatically Qt meta-properties (using Q_PROPERTY macro) to QxOrm context without writing mapping function per class (void qx::register_class<T>())
- Strong integration with Qt introspection/moc engine : for more details about this new feature, goto the FAQ 'How to register automatically Qt meta-properties to QxOrm context ?'
- Improve introspection/reflection engine : see the FAQ (How to use introspection engine (or reflection engine) of QxOrm library ?) for more details
- Possibility to add meta-data (using a property bag) to introspection engine : see 'IxClass', 'IxDataMember' and 'IxFunction' classes for more details
- Add function 'qx::QxClassX::dumpSqlSchema()' to explain how to create your own SQL schema based on C++ classes
- New class 'qx::QxSimpleCrypt' to provide encryption/decryption (thanks very much to Andre Somers) : so it's now possible to store encrypted data into database without using an external library
- QxService module : new feature to encrypt/decrypt data before transfering it over network

Changes in version 1.1.8:

- QxOrm library can now be used on Mac (thanks very much to Dominique Billet) : see 'osx_build_all_debug.sh' and 'osx_build_all_release.sh' scripts to build QxOrm library and all samples in './test/' directory
- Add 'qx::QxSession' class : define a session to manage automatically database transactions (using C++ RAII), see the FAQ for more details
- Add 'qx::QxDateNeutral', 'qx::QxTimeNeutral' and 'qx::QxDateTimeNeutral' classes : helper classes to store date-time value into database under neutral format => cross database compatibility

Changes in version 1.1.7:

- Add soft delete behavior : see the FAQ (How to define a soft delete behavior ?) for more details about this new feature
- Add functions into namespace 'qx::dao' to update an element with a SQL condition : update_by_query, update_optimized_by_query, etc.
- Fix a bug when QVariant type is used for a property of a persistent class : so, it's now possible to insert NULL value into database

Changes in version 1.1.6:

- QxOrm library online documentation available : 'http://www.qxorm.com/doxygen/index.html'
- Possibility to disable QtGui dependency using compilation option in 'QxConfig.h' file : _QX_ENABLE_QT_GUI_DEPENDENCY
- Possibility to disable QtNetwork dependency (so QxService module too) using compilation option in 'QxConfig.h' file : _QX_ENABLE_QT_NETWORK_DEPENDENCY
- Provide a new macro to register abstract class into QxOrm context : QX_REGISTER_ABSTRACT_CLASS()

Changes in version 1.1.5:

- New feature available : 'QxService' module to create C++ application server
- 'QxService' provides an easy and powerful way to create services and to transfer data over network
- New tutorial available to explain how 'QxService' module works
- New sample available at './test/qxClientServer' directory
- QxOrm can be built with 'CONFIG += no_keywords' flag in '*.pro' files
- Bug fix with 'qx::dao::create_table<>' function and relation 'many-to-many'
- QxOrm should now build fine with GCC <= 4.2

Changes in version 1.1.4:

- New parameter in functions 'qx::dao::fetch_by_id', 'qx::dao::fetch_all', 'qx::dao::fetch_by_query' and 'qx::dao::update' to define a list of properties to fetch/update (by default, all properties are fetched/updated)
- Support multi-columns primary key (composite key) : see sample './test/qxBlogCompositeKey/'
- Improve strategy of inheritance : QxOrm supports 'Concrete Table Inheritance' strategy ('Concrete Table Inheritance' becomes default strategy)
- New smart-pointer 'qx::dao::ptr<T>' based on Qt 'QSharedPointer<T>' to provide 2 new features : 'is dirty' and 'update optimized'
- 'qx::dao::ptr<T>' can be used with a simple object and with many containers (stl, boost, Qt and 'qx::QxCollection' containers)
- 'qx::dao::ptr<T>' keeps original values from database and provides a 'isDirty()' method to retrieve all properties changed
- 'qx::dao::update_optimized' must be used with 'qx::dao::ptr<T>' to save into database only properties changed

Changes in version 1.1.3:

- This version works fine with MinGW on Windows

Changes in version 1.1.2:

- License LGPL
- Fix compilation problems on Linux and boost > 1.38
- Fix sql query with MySql database
- Disable assert when qx::dao functions return an error

Changes in version 1.1.1:

- This version supports Visual Studio 2010

Changes in version 1.1.0:

- First release

QxEntityEditor application history :

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.2.1:

- Support CMake : each C++ project generated by QxEntityEditor (persistent classes, services, model/view) provide a CMakeLists.txt file to build with CMake
- New online QxEntityEditor manual (user guide) available at : http://www.qxorm.com/qxorm_en/manual_qxee.html
- Improve Javascript engine to customize export generated files : add a parameter named 'output_location' to know where generated files are located + add functions to get a list of all entities/enums of a project (see ./samples/custom_script.js file for more details)
- Improve database import process (SQLite, MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MSSQLServer) : fix an issue importing composite foreign keys + foreign keys embedded in primary key ==> so it is now possible to import more complex database schema
- Improve DDL database schema export process : fix an issue with 1-1 relationship + manage composite keys
- New menu "Naming convention" to provide a fast way to rename all entities/properties/enums (without breaking mapping to database) : support snake_case, camelCase and PascalCase (or upper camel case), this new menu can be useful after an import from database process for example
- Each screen of QxEntityEditor provides now a fast access to the online manual (user guide) in its associated topic (new button "Documentation" + shortcut pressing F1 key everywhere)
- New buttons undo/redo in the main QxEntityEditor toolbar to undo or redo actions done on entities, enumerations, comments, layout (undo/redo feature can be disabled to improve performance on large projects)
- Support _QX_UNITY_BUILD compilation option to reduce compilation times of generated C++ projects (recommended with CMake which doesn't support natively precompiled headers)
- Fix an issue importing a relationship where target entity doesn't have a primary key
- Fix an issue with C++ services export plugin and JSON serialization : "Unable to create nude pointer for input parameter"
- Fix an issue with abstract entities and C++ model/view export plugin and C++ services export plugin
- Possibility to put hexadecimal values to define an enumeration
- New Javascript sample file in directory ./samples/ named q_property.js to show how to add automatically Q_PROPERTY definition for each property generated by QxEntityEditor

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.9:

- New import plugin to connect to MySQL or MariaDB database without having to deal with ODBC settings
- New import plugin to connect to PostgreSQL database without having to deal with ODBC settings
- New import plugin to load a QxEntityEditor project from a JSON file
- Fix SQLite import process to manage composite keys
- Improve Javascript engine to customize export process : new types available by script to manage files and directories + possibility to get/set environment variables (read custom_script.js file in ./samples/ directory for script examples)
- Improve Javascript engine to customize export process : new events/actions available by script : PLUGIN_EXPORT_START, PLUGIN_EXPORT_END, AFTER_CLOSING_FILE
- New message box displayed if directory doesn't exist when starting an export process (to create it automatically)
- Fix an issue with the "Tag project state" function (project historic) : each tag double the size of a *.qxee project file (now each tag is optimized)
- Fix C++ services export process when C++11 features are enabled in QxOrm.pri configuration file
- Possibility to export a *.qxee project file to a JSON text file (can be useful to store a text representation in a source control, like Perforce, VSS, CVS, Git, etc...)
- Possibility to use an environment variable to define QxOrm library location (using the same syntax as qmake, for example $$(QXORM_DIR))

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.8:

- Improve import plugins : reduce import process time : now, you can import hundred of entities in few seconds into a QxEntityEditor project
- Relationship n-1 : possibility to define a database column name different than the relationship name
- New file qxBlogExec.zip in the ./samples/ directory of QxEntityEditor package : this is a C++/Qt example project which depends on the qxBlog.qxee generated files
- Improve import by ODBC plugin screen : new schema/namespace level in the list of tables/views treeview
- Fix a performance issue to load large diagram with new style to draw relationships : you can now load quickly a project with hundred of entities
- Add new C++11 types to manage relationships, decoration, collection (std::shared_ptr, std::unordered_map and std::unordered_set) : C++11 features must be enabled in QxOrm.pri config file to use these classes
- Import process more permissive : possibility to import tables without primary key and tables without column

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.7:

- New Navigator window (under project treeview) : useful to navigate over large diagram
- New way to draw relationships (orthogonal lines between 2 entities) + display the relationship type on each side (there is an option to use the old drawing style from previous version)
- Possibility to define a background color by namespace : useful to group all entities in the diagram associated to a same namespace
- New feature to customize entities/enumerations/notes colors at several levels
- Define items colors at project level (menu Tools >> Project settings >> Colors tab)
- Define items colors at namespace level (right-click on the diagram >> Define colors by namespace)
- Define colors at item level : right-click on an item (entity, enumeration or comment) >> Define item colors
- New action to organize automatically the diagram layout, useful after an import process for example (menu View >> Organize diagram layout)
- Improve the DDL SQL export plugin : new option to export relationships as foreign keys constraints in database
- Support the new compilation option _QX_NO_PRECOMPILED_HEADER of QxOrm library (workaround for a known bug of recent versions of MinGW on Windows and large precompiled header)
- Import database by ODBC plugin : fix the import from MS SQL Server database when tables are not located in the default schema (dbo)
- QxEntityEditor Mac OS X version : fix an issue to load the QxEEPrinter plugin
- Export plugin to C++ model/view project : new option to generate models based on the new QxOrm library class qx::QxModelService<T, S> (models based on services to execute client-server requests)

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.6:

- New javascript engine to customize the C++ and DDL SQL export process writing your own custom script
- Integrated debugger to debug your own custom javascript files (for example, putting a breakpoint or logging some traces)
- New plugin to print the entities diagram as a PNG image file and PDF file
- New property parameter UNIQUE (in property params window) used by the DDL SQL generator to create the database schema
- Improve nested models in QxModelView module to be able to use several relationships levels in QML
- Possibility to change the order in the list of properties and list of relationships of an entity
- Change encoding of generated files : now files are UTF-8
- Possibility to put a relative path to the QxEntityEditor project file (*.qxee file) in each plugin location settings

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.5:

- New C++ model/view export plugin to manage complex data structure to work with relationships in QML views and Qt model/view architecture (using QxModelView module of QxOrm library)
- Now, with this new export plugin, working on QML with C++ entities has never been so easy !
- New function, menu "Tools >> Plugins scripts", to define your own custom scripts before/after a plugin execution
- New command line parameter --log_sql to trace all SQL queries executed by QxEntityEditor : a QxEntityEditor project file (*.qxee) is just a SQLite database, so it's easy to write your own script to customize some default behaviour
- New option in the C++ export plugin to generate or not the custom directory with all custom files for each entity
- Scrollbar available in the entities viewer

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.4:

- Improve import by ODBC plugin to manage relationship, schema and composite key for SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MS SQL Server databases
- New import from SQLite plugin to import SQLite database structure into QxEntityEditor project without having to create an ODBC DSN connexion
- Improve C++ export plugin : add a set of useful methods in generated classes + option to manage relative path to QxOrm library
- New menu to rename a namespace (move all entities to another namespace) and delete a list of entities by namespace
- Fix a bug when executing QxEntityEditor in command line (no GUI)
- Add a viewer mode to open a QxEntityEditor project with unlimited entities count without having a license key (read-only mode)

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.3 (first official release):

- New plugin to transfer your data model over network and create quickly client/server applications, using QxService module
- New options to define entity, enum and comment width in entities viewer

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.2 (BETA):

- New plugin to generate DDL SQL script (database schema) for SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MS SQL Server databases
- The new DDL SQL plugin manages automatically schema evolution for each project version (ALTER TABLE, ADD COLUMN, DROP INDEX, etc.)
- Add post-it or comments in the entities viewer
- Option to display or not property type in the entities viewer

Changes in version QxEntityEditor 1.1.1 (BETA):

- First BETA version of QxEntityEditor application
- Provide a graphic way to manage the data model for QxOrm library
- Multi-platform (available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X) and generate native code for all environments : desktop (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X), embedded and mobile (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Raspberry Pi, etc.)
- Based on plugins and provides many ways to import/export the data model
- Generate C++ persistent classes automatically (registered in QxOrm context)

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