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Best tools for rapid web app development with MySQL on Mac OSX?

I desperately need to pull together a web front-end for my MySQL database on Mac OSX 10.9.1. I have two days to do this, and have spent most of the day down a Python rabbit hole. [more inside]
posted by tel3path on Feb 11, 2014 - 18 answers

Help me recover a deleted MySQL database on osx

Where does MySQL store actual data in Snow Leopard? How would I retrieve a deleted database from a Time Machine backup? [more inside]
posted by special-k on Dec 4, 2009 - 5 answers

OSX: Future as a programmer dashed by failure to interpret Terminal error

Multiple sources credit this Hivelogic post as the definitive guide to getting MySQL up and running on a Mac OS X. But I can't get past the first few steps. [more inside]
posted by metajc on Aug 20, 2008 - 12 answers

Knocked Out Before The Bell Rang

I'm encountering what I imagine is an entirely rudimentary SQL error, but am baffled as to how to solve it. [more inside]
posted by boombot on May 16, 2006 - 80 answers

MySQL, OS X, and a corrupted table.

WordPress, MySQL and OS X Server. Our tables keep getting corrupted. Help! [more inside]
posted by katieinshoes on Sep 10, 2005 - 5 answers

YourSQL, definitely not mine.

This might be a little esoteric - but has anynone managed to get Perl's DBD::mysql module working on OSX Tiger? [more inside]
posted by Dag Maggot on Jul 16, 2005 - 4 answers

MySQL and Tiger

I'm looking to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) when it's released next week, but have one fear that's holding me back from doing it as soon as my delivery arrives: does anyone know if Tiger and the current releases of MySQL 4.0 play well together? [more inside]
posted by delfuego on Apr 21, 2005 - 6 answers

MySQL

mysqlfilter: I'm in the midst of installing phpwiki on OS X panther and, because I am following the steps drone-like and have no idea what I am doing. . . [more inside]
posted by mecran01 on Sep 13, 2004 - 8 answers

Has anyone installed MySQL from Server Logistics? Any other suggestions?

I'm new to Mac OS X's command line and a little nervous about using it to install Mysql. After doing some research on the net I found what might be an alternative: installing Apache2, PHP4 and Mysql from Server Logistics . The post claims that by also installing one of the Barebones text editors and Tinkertool I could avoid having to use the command line altogether. It was also suggested that the Server Logistics Complete Packages are more powerful versions of Apache and Php than apple ships (I'm on Panther). Has anyone done an install this way? Any other suggestions? Should I just get over it and use the damn command line?
posted by btwillig on Dec 16, 2003 - 13 answers

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