> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Hooper [mailto:adamh@stripped]
> Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 5:53 PM
> To: mycc@stripped
> Subject: BUG (could be mean): Breaking EDIT TABLE
> When trying to save with the Edit Table window, the SHOW
> CREATE statement will be parsed with the comma in with the
> type - so f->Type becomes "text,". What the end user sees is
> that a) it's a TINYINT (since it didn't match anything, so
> the listbox chooses the first entry) and b) Editing the table
> simply won't work, since MyCC will try and put in something
> like: CHANGE `col2` `col2` text, AFTER `col1`, which is
> missing a comma.
Thanks for the bug report ... this has also been fixed.
Unless no more critical bugs are found in 0.8.3, I will release 0.8.4
which is a bug-fix release on Wednesday!
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