I pushed quite a bit of new code yesterday that should compile up for
everyone. I am planning to put out a beta 2 tomorrow afternoon/evening
that should have substantially fewer bugs.
Barry Zubel wrote:
> I'd recommend 1.0.0_beta1, incorporating the 'Null Column Dataset'
> We're actually using it in a 20 person multi-user enviroment
> currently, and apart from the speed (which still isn't shabby, but
> could be improved to 0.76 speeds) it works very well.
> There isn't a 'build' available currently that includes the bugfix,
> and actually compiles, but its merely a case of downloading the
> 1.0.0_beta1 source and adding a single line into a single file.
> If you want details of the patch, give me a shout.
> Jordan Sparks wrote:
>> I have a MySQL-based program that hundreds of customers depend on to run
>> perfectly every day. But for the last two months, none of them have
>> been able to backup their databases because SHOW CREATE TABLE does not
>> work. I'm really stuck here, and I'm becoming very concerned that my
>> customers will suffer from lost data and not have a backup. I can't use
>> Connector version 0.76 because of that bug, but I also don't know if I
>> should jump right in to version 1.0 because it seems like many other
>> bugs were introduced. I need a stable version and I need it now. I'm
>> not complaining, but I just wanted you to know how strongly I feel about
>> this. I think it should be much higher priority to support version 4.0
>> rather than trying to add all these extra features for 4.1 or 5.0. You
>> can't ever ever let the quality of the connector slip on the current
>> So... is it safe to use 1.0, and can you guarantee that it will be as
>> rock solid as 0.76? Or should I beg you to fix 0.76 instead?
>> Jordan Sparks
Reggie Burnett, Software Developer
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