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From:Jorge del Conde Date:January 9 2003 11:18pm
Subject:Re: Non-Working Passwords Under Windows XP
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Hi!

Thanks for the bug-report !

I just fixed this in my local bk tree ... 0.8.8 has this bug fixed.

Regards,
Jorge
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Hans Zaunere" <hans@stripped>
To: <mycc@stripped>
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 6:24 PM
Subject: BUG: Non-Working Passwords Under Windows XP


>
> I generally use various characters for my MySQL password.  For instance:
>
> =-test++
>
> or
>
> te-=st
>
> I've been using these passwords for years, and MySQL has had no problems
with
> it.  However, when I try to create a new server connection in MyCC
(running
> under the standard English version of WinXP), MyCC never saves the
password.
> If I enter a regular password, like test, there are no problems.  But,
> anything with any non-alphanumeric chars are never saved, or used when
> connecting (an error with Using-Password: NO comes up).
>
> Thank you,
>
>
>
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BUG: Non-Working Passwords Under Windows XPHans Zaunere11 Dec
  • Re: Non-Working Passwords Under Windows XPJorge del Conde10 Jan