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Package Details: sqlectron-gui 1.35.0-1

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Visit the System.Data.SQLite.org website and especially the download page for source code and binaries of SQLite for.NET. Alternative Source Code Formats: sqlite-src-3350500.zip (12.23 MiB) Snapshot of the complete (raw) source tree for SQLite version 3.35.5. See How To Compile SQLite for usage details. Download Sqlectron - Manage PostgreSQL, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases and write and execute queries with the help of this SQL editor that is focused on simplicity.

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Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/sqlectron-gui.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: sqlectron-gui
Description: A simple and lightweight SQL client with cross database and platform support
Upstream URL: https://sqlectron.github.io/
Licenses: MIT
Submitter: arkhan
Maintainer: surefire
Last Packager: surefire
Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.005847
First Submitted: 2016-06-11 02:46
Last Updated: 2021-02-23 04:53

Dependencies (6)

  • electron9 (electron9-bin)
  • asar(make)
  • git(git-git)(make)
  • libsass(make)
  • npm(nodejs6-bin, nodejs-nightly)(make)
  • python2(make)

Sources (2)

javmorin commented on 2021-01-24 19:17

1.33.0-1 Does not build due to checksum mismatches. Likely they changed something post release. Will need a checksum update.

AlexWayfer commented on 2020-12-25 14:17

@AlexWayfer, I can't guarantee a proper build if you are using nodejs not from the repository.

OK, nodenv global system helped, so fair enough.

But… I've installed and can't launch. :D Sorry. I'm not sure, is it a problem of package or maybe project at all (issues with 'Unexpected token' not found):

app.asar looks like a file at all:

surefire commented on 2020-12-25 14:08

@AlexWayfer, I can't guarantee a proper build if you are using nodejs not from the repository.

AlexWayfer commented on 2020-12-25 13:32

Thank you for update. Now I have such error:

I guess there is missing dependency?

AlexWayfer commented on 2020-12-24 23:25

surefire commented on 2020-01-24 05:04


@blidt,I do not understand what the point is, give me part of the log with error.

blidt commented on 2020-01-24 00:30

Please update the dependencies so it accepts asar-2.0.3-1 and not only asar-2.0.1-1 or any later version for that matter.

surefire commented on 2019-10-19 10:48

btd1337 commented on 2019-10-19 08:06

My electron 2 is in:

electron2: /usr/bin/electron2 /usr/lib/electron2

Lightweight sql client

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frol commented on 2019-02-08 11:32

The sha1sum for the node.sh file does not match on my end.

For those looking to contribute, check out Milestone 1.6 for a mix of easy, medium, and hard issues.

Beekeeper Studio is a free and open source SQL editor and database manager. Beekeeper Studio is cross-platform, and available for Linux, Mac, and Windows.


  • Autocomplete SQL query editor with syntax highlighting
  • Tabbed interface, so you can multitask
  • Sort and filter table data to find just what you need
  • Sensible keyboard-shortcuts
  • Save queries for later
  • Query run-history, so you can find that one query you got working 3 days ago
  • Default dark theme

One of our frustrations with other open-source SQL editors and database managers is that they take a 'kitchen sink' approach to features, adding so many features that the UI becomes cluttered and hard to navigate. We wanted a good looking, open source SQL workbench that's powerful, but also easy to use. We couldn't find one, so we created it!

Beekeeper Studio supports connecting to the following databases:

  • SQLite
  • MySQL
  • MariaDB
  • Postgres
  • SQL Server
  • Amazon Redshift


Download the latest release from the releases page, or from our website


Please feel free to file issues, open pull requests, or comment on existing issues with feedback.

Building an inclusive and welcoming community is important to us, so please follow our code of conduct as you engage with the project.

Big Thanks

Beekeeper Studio wouldn't exist without Sqlectron-core, the core database libraries from the (now unmaintained) Sqlectron project. Beekeeper Studio started as an experimental fork of that repository. A big thanks to @maxcnunes and the rest of the Sqlectron community.

Maintainer notes (casual readers can ignore this stuff)

Release Process

  1. Up the version number in package.json
  2. Replace build/release-notes.md with the latest release notes. Follow the format that is there.
  • run `git log ..HEAD --oneline grep 'Merge pull' to find PRs merged
  1. Commit
  2. Push to master
  3. Create a tag git tag v<version>. It must start with a 'v'
  4. git push origin <tagname>
  • Now wait for the build/publish action to complete on Github
  1. Push the new release live
  • Go to the new 'draft' release on the releases tab of github, edit the notes, publish
  • Log into snapcraft.io, drag the uploaded release into the 'stable' channel for each architecture.

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  1. Copy release notes to a blog post, post on website
  2. Tweet link
  3. Share on LinkedIn
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