It has been gone for a while :)
On Oct 17, 2008, at 9:38 AM, Jim Starkey wrote:
> If drizzle has not already done so, may I suggest that the YEAR
> datatype be ripped out? There are actually two representations --
> YEAR(2) and YEAR(4) -- with different semantics. The only
> conceivable purge of this idiocy is to save a byte on disk using
> different compressions of the actual year. I wasn't aware that
> anything dumber than tiny blobs and three byte binary existed, but
> there you have it.
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