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>>>>> "Patrik" == Patrik Wallstrom <pawal@stripped> writes:
Patrik> I am puzzled by a certain SQL statement I make on a data set I have.
Patrik> The first SQL statement delivers the correct result, like this (with and
Patrik> without SEC_TO_TIME):
Patrik> This happens on two out of some thousand entries in my queries... Is this
Patrik> related to the TIME_TO_SEC bug that was in 3.23.22?
Patrik> This is on version 3.23.28. (I will upgrade to 3.23.32 asap, but will
Patrik> that fix this bug?)
I don't think upgrading from 3.23.28 will fix the bug, as we are not
aware of theis problem.
If you can upload xVCD and sonoxexternal.Song to
ftp://support.mysql.com/pub/mysql/secret with a description of your
problem, we will fix this, if it's really a bug!