Now, a little information about the current status of SQLiteStudio:
- It's going to be written entirely in C++ with use of Qt (in version 5).
- New version will be labeled as version 3.0.0.
- It will still be GPL-licensed.
- It will have most of features known from 2.1 implemented.
- It will use the same SQL syntax file for parsing as Sqlite2 and Sqlite3 do. It will also use the same parser code generator - the Lemon.
- It will come with GUI interface (default), but also with console one.
- Since it's written from scratch, I have a chance to redesign and enhance many things. New version is going to be faster and more stable than versions 1.x.x and 2.x.x could have ever been.
- Release date: when it's ready
- Project already started, but at the moment is far from reaching stable release. I'm unable to estimate the release date right now, but I can tell that work is in very advanced stage and I'm putting all my efforts to get it done ASAP.
- Any thoughts or questions? Feel free to write them down below.
- No screenshots are available as for now. I started with the core engine and GUI will be done somewhere near the final stage - then I will post some screenshots.
In the meanwhile I will be releasing quick bugfix versions for 2.1.x version, but not very often, because I prefer to focus on new 3.0.0 version.