The first one is the ability to store passwords for your Oracle connection profiles. For those of you who's working with a lot of databases and users this feature may prove to be a life saver. Shaun Batterton came up with this idea and he proposed the using of PGP protocol. However, in ruby PGP is not very well supported. There is a project called OpenPGP but I found difficult to use it on windows because of its dependency on Open4 which is not supported on Windows. In the end I gave green light to the RSA keys implementation and you may find additional details about this here.
Shaun also noticed that the fact that after a connection you have to set the [no name] buffer to an sql buffer type it's quite annoying. And he's right, that's why in VoraX 2.0 a scratch.sql buffer is opened on the first connection.
Then Spratek had also a nice improvement idea. Instead of the flat DESC output he (he I guess :D) came up with the idea of a more verbose describe. The idea is to have also comments for columns, constraints, foreign keys and other such critical information for database developers. So, VoraX 2.0 has also this feature. For a table or a view you may invoke a verbose describe using
Also, in VoraX 2.0 you may invoke describe and "go to definition" directly within the results window. This might be handy if you query dictionary stuff and you want to describe a definition directly from that output.
That's it for the moment! Have fun guys!