thank you for the patch. I think, it's Ok to push.
On 02.11.2010 14:53, Magne Mahre wrote:
> #At file:///export/home/tmp/x/mysql-next-mr-bugfixing-wl5185/ based on
> 3353 Magne Mahre 2010-11-02
> WL#5185 Remove deprecated 5.1 features
> This patch removes a set of options, syntax and variables
> that was formerly deprecated in MySQL 5.1.
> The specific regressions tests in the sys_vars suite
> that tests the removed variables are also removed.
> System options:
> --skip-thread-priority removed
> -l, --log[=name] removed
> --log-slow-queries[=name] removed
> --one-thread removed
> --rpl-recovery-rank=# was already removed
> System variables:
> sql_low_priority_updates removed
> sql_max_join_size removed
> sql_big_tables removed
> storage_engine will be removed later
> rpl_recovery_rank was already removed
> log removed
> log_slow_queries removed
> have_csv removed
> have_innodb removed
> have_ndbcluster removed
> have_partitioning removed
> table_cache was already removed
> engine_condition_pushdown removed
> SLAVE START removed
> SLAVE STOP removed
> ONE_SHOT removed
> SET OPTION removed
> FLUSH MASTER was already removed
> FLUSH SLAVE was already removed
> USING/TYPE before ON will be removed later
> 'storage_engine' was deprecated in 5.5, so it
> can't be removed in this version. It will be
> removed two GA releases later.
> The documentation on 'USING/TYPE before ON'
> has been inconsistent, and there has not been
> given a proper deprecation warning on the use
> of the syntax.
> See also
> Bug #57920 Inconsistency in syntax and
> example for CREATE INDEX
> Bug #36140 Inconsistent synonymy of USING
> and TYPE for index creation