DataGrip 1.0.2 Update is Released
Hi! We are glad to introduce you a new DataGrip update. Please take a look at the most notable changes it brings.
This January PostgreSQL 9.5 was released, and DataGrip now supports syntax highlighting and completion for its new features:
We’ve also added a possibility to truncate multiple tables at once:
To update your copy of DatGrip, use the Check for Update menu command, or download the latest DataGrip 1.0.2 setup from our website.
Please check the release notes for the complete list of changes.
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