In the last episode (Oct 22), Scott Hess said:
> It might be as easy as providing a table (virtual or real) with the
> various help items in it. 'select command from mysql.syntax' to get
> the list of commands, 'select usage from mysql.syntax where
> command="grant"', etc. Of course, much like many other commands,
> that could be wrapped in sugar, so you'd say 'help' for the first
> query, and 'help grant' for the second query. I'd lean towards a
> virtual table (by "virtual", I mean like how "show processlist"
> returns a table that doesn't exist on disk), because a real table
> might fall prey to version mismatches.
This is how Oracle's sql*plus help works. version mismatches shouldn't
be a problem; as part of the "make install" process, simply reload the