the "f" parameter in the UNIX tail command stands for "follow". Probably you have used it for logfile monitoring, a fantastic feature!
Now you can do the same in a MySQL table, using HeidiSQL: Just click Tools > Auto-refresh > Active (or press Ctrl+F5) to start monitoring a table's data:
This feature has been implemented moments ago. Select Help > Check for updates in HeidiSQL or go here to get the latest build.
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tail -f for database tables?
Code modification/commit from ansgar.becker, 9 years ago, revision 3830
Fix access violations caused by query helpers columns node, accessing selected tree node when nothing is selected. See http://www.heidisql.com/forum.php?t=8512
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