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    SitePoint Member Enknot's Avatar
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    Changing the default $EDITOR

    Hi...

    I like to test my SQL on the server in a linux terminal before I put it in code, and when I make errors in the SQL it's a little difficult to do in vi (I hate vi....hate it.....h a t e). So, um, dose anyone know how to change your default editor. I can do it in oracle, but not in MySQL, but that can't be what your paying all the money for

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    reads the ********* Crier silver trophybronze trophy longneck's Avatar
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    i'm not sure what you're asking. mysql doesn't have any editor, much less a "default" editor. you can use anything you want to compose your SQL queries.


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