>>>>> "Sergei" == Sergei Golubchik <serg@stripped> writes:
Sergei> Hi, Stewart!
Sergei> On May 22, Stewart Smith wrote:
>> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 05:13:00PM +0200, Sergei Golubchik wrote:
>> > added
>> > http://lists.mysql.com/commits/74476
>> When adding such tihngs, you can use the --author flag to 'bzr commit'
>> to record the original author of the patch as well as who committed it
>> (you get 'author' and 'committer' metadata fields) which can be useful
>> in tracking blame for when I completely do something stupid and manage
>> to get it past review :)
Sergei> Yes, thanks. Although in this case it was not me who committed it - I
Sergei> simply noticed that your proposed patch was committed, and replied to
Sergei> your mail.
You could have noted that it was committed in 6.0, which will not be
available any time soon.
Why was this not committed into 5.1 ?
Another question is why add this to parser.test, when 'alter_table'
and 'limit' tests are more appropriate.
I have now applied, committed and pushed these to MariaDB 5.1 so that
we get better coverage in our base versions.
I can't use --author with bzr gcommit, but I added a your name as
author in the main comment.
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