On Fri, 08 Jun 2012 15:45:53 +0200, Guilhem Bichot <guilhem.bichot@stripped>
> Hello Stewart,
> Stewart Smith a écrit, On 08/06/2012 03:34:
> > The last BZR tag I see for 5.6 is 5.6.5, although there are 5.6.6
> > releases out there (see labs.mysql.com).
> I hope I understood well your question.
> labs.mysql.com is, as it says "MySQL Server Snapshots". They are "early
> access" builds to show some new feature.
> We haven't released the 5.6.6 milestone yet (dev.mysql.com has 5.6.5),
> so we can't put a 5.6.6 tag on any revision yet. You remember: the x.y.z
> tag denotes what revision was used to produce the *released official
> milestone* x.y.z. Until the last bugfix scheduled for 5.6.6 is pushed,
> we don't start building the 5.6.6 official release milestone, so we
> can't put a 5.6.6 tag.
okay - this is likely confusing though. I originally went and looked
(and then asked here) due to people talking about a MySQL 5.6.6 (the
labs release) although no actual release exists (except for what's on
So just FYI this is causing confusion.