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Description: Programmable relational database with GUI
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Size: 3Mb
Version: 2.9
Date: 12 Jun 10
Author: Steffen Gutmann
Submitter: Matthias Rustler
Email: mrustler/gmx de
Category: office/database
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License: GPL
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This is a port of MUIbase 2.9 for AROS i386.


It's recommended that you create an assign with name "muibase"
for the directory which contains the muibase binary.

I haven't included the source code because it compiles out of
the box from the SVN repository.

Matthias Rustler, 2010-06-12

Original README

MUIbase V2.9

MUIbase (Magic data BASE with User Interface) is a relational, programmable 
database with graphical user interface for Linux, Windows and Amiga.

MUIbase is open source software distributed under the terms of the
GNU General Public License (GPL).

If you like MUIbase and would like to support it then you are welcome to 
make a donation.  Please visit 
for more information.


MUIbase is a fast and flexible database system.  It is targeted for 
advanced desktop users who want to manage data in a comfortable and 
powerful way.  MUIbase is able to manage any kind of data, e.g. addresses,
CD series, movies, photo collections, your family tree, your income and 
expense, and much more.  The power of MUIbase lies in its clear and 
powerful graphical user interface and its programming capabilities.
Programming MUIbase allows you to process data in various ways, 
e.g. automatic calculations upon user input, generation of reports, 
import and export of data,  etc.  For example MUIbase can be used for 
calculating the total amount of income, or the total amount of recorded 
time on a CD, or to automatically create and print serial letters to 
your customers.

MUIbase offers the following features:

* Unlimited number of projects, tables, attributes, and records.

* Attributes can be of type string, memo (multi line text), integer,
  real, date, time, Boolean, choice (one item out of many items), reference
  (easy way to reference a record of another table), button (for
  starting MUIbase programs), and virtual (compute value on the fly).

* The string type can also manage lists of strings, files, and fonts.
  A string can refer to an external image which is displayed in the 
  graphical user interface.

* Dynamic loading of records.  Records which are not needed may be
  flushed from memory (e.g. when memory is low).

* Programmability.  With the easy and powerful MUIbase programming
  language complex tasks can be implemented.  The language also
  includes a SELECT-FROM-WHERE query for easy and fast data retrieval.

* Ordering of records by any combinations of attributes.

* Flexible and powerful search and filter facility.

* Query editor which allows entering and managing of SELECT-FROM-WHERE
  queries.  The queries can be saved and the results can be printed.

* Import and export facility.

* Full documentation including user and programming manual in HTML
  and PDF.

* Operating system independence.  MUIbase is available for Linux, Windows 
  and Amiga.  The source code of MUIbase is also available as part of a 
  Source Forge project.

New features since V2.8

o Support Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5, ppc and intel.

o Option to overwrite existing records when importing data.

o New functions for programming: POW, SQRT, EXP and LOG.

o Quick search in reference field opens and searches in popup list.

o Sorting of virtual lists by clicking into a column header.

o Improved integration for MorphOS (install script, MUI)

o Several bug fixes.

Steffen Gutmann, 10.03.2010

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