MySQL 4.1

Jason Pyeron jason at
Thu Jan 23 19:29:01 UTC 2003

Does anyone believe they will be releasing v4.1 as stable/production by the 
time the changes mentioned are incorporated into the stable branch?

If you can answer yes, then go for it.

Asking a sysadmin to install beta (no less alpha) quality database, which
may interfere with there production quality install when installing a
stable release of bugzilla is inappropriate. IMHO

-Jason Pyeron

On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Gervase Markham wrote:

This supports subselects and Unicode.

Is there an argument for moving to it before we start converting lots of 
database stuff? It would prevent us having to write subselect emulation 

Is there an argument for moving to it before we get start using Unicode 
throughout? Presumably Unicode support means you can store it as text 
rather than binary.

I love this quote:

Noted Michael "Monty" Widenius, MySQL CTO and co-founder, "Any software 
we release, regardless of version or stage, is free of all known bugs."


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