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PG Commander requires OS X 10.8 or later. © 2013 Egger Apps e. U.


PG Commander has been discontinued and is no longer supported.

Please have a look at its successor Postico.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which versions of Postgres are supported?

I have sucessfully tested connecting to servers running PostgreSQL 8.0, 8.4, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 and 9.4, including Amazon Redshift. PG Commander uses a patched version of libpq 9.3.4.

Why is there an older version on the App Store?

When I am done testing a new version of PG Commander, I immediately publish it on my website. At the same time, I send it to Apple for review. As soon as Apple approves it, the new version becomes available on the App Store. Apple usually takes a few days to review applications, but sometimes it might take two weeks or longer.

Why does PG Commander require OS X 10.8?

By requiring Mountain Lion, I don't have to find workarounds for bugs in Lion. Additionally, I can also make use of new APIs that make my life easier, like the new Objective-C accessors, or block based image drawing methods.

Is PG Commander Open Source?

No. But if you want to know how I implemented some part of it, just email me! I also occasionally publish reusable classes and methods as Open Source.

If you are interested in my Open Source contributions, check out my Github profile. In recent years, my most significant contribution is the ongoing development of Postgres.app.

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