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Project Summary

The Shift project was started in May 2008 as a fork of the apparently defunct CocoaMySQL project. The goal of Shift is to enhance upon the CocoaMySQL project and provide Mac OS X users with a completely free and elegant way to handle their MySQL databases.

Future versions of Shift will see a complete UI overhaul conforming to Leopard's unified interface, increased stability, auto-updating ability via Sparkle, and (hopefully) the addition of full graphical schema building.

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apple cocoa development mac macintosh macos macosx mysql osx productivity programming tools

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30 Day Summary

Apr 6 2011 — May 6 2011

12 Month Summary

May 6 2010 — May 6 2011

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