Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Finally, I have released my next version of phpMyDumper. This new version includes improvements that I needed when used in my work as a web programmer.
First of all it now supports UTF-8 connections as default with the MySQL server. The php class will create files encoded as UTF-8 which is important when your database is used with non-US languages.
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
For many months, I wanted to be able to import backups of databases created by my other project, phpMyDumper, without using phpMyAdmin. The php configuration limits the filesize that phpMyAdmin can import. By default the filesize limit is 2 MB, which is potentially a problem if you are not able to change the php configuration, eg when using an external webhost.