In the last episode (Oct 30), Mark said:
> > MySQL 4.0.22, a new version of the popular Open Source/Free
> > Software Database Management System has been released. It is now
> > available in source and binary form for a number of platforms from
> > our download pages at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/ and mirror
> > sites.
> Any reason there is no longer a 4.0.22 'standard' for FreeBSD? There
> is a 4.0.22 'max' for FreeBSD, but not standard.
> Also, speaking of FreeBSD, is it not time to start compiling against
> something higher than 4.7? Like 4.10? (or 4.9, perhaps).
Could be they just haven't built it yet. And building against 4.10
would only mean that people running 4.9 or earlier may have problems
running it. Binaries built on a newer system aren't guaranteed to run
on an older one, but you can always run older binaries on a newer
system (that's part of what the -stable branch name implies). The only
time you would want to bump your build system is if a newer version had
a significant feature you wanted to take advantage of.