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From:Michael Stassen Date:July 18 2005 2:13pm
Subject:Re: Views in 5.0.1
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Ben Clewett wrote:
> Joerg,
> 
> I am trying to work out how stable 5.0.x is.  Related to why MySQL 
> advise people to wait for the 'release' status.
> 
> You say 5.0.1 is old and obsolete.  Yet is not at release stage yet. 
> This is curious.
> 
> Will 5.0.1 be changed before release?  For example:  Will large errors 
> (eg, server crash) be retrospectively fixed in 5.0.1 if found in this 
> release?
> 
> The way I thought of it was:  New features would demand a new release. 
> Critical bug fixes would be made in *all* live versions.  Otherwise why 
> have multiple versions at different stages?
> 
> But if no changes are going to occur, why is it not 'release' now?
> 
> Sorry for my confusion,
> 
> Ben Clewett

Please reread Joerg's message carefully.  5.0.1 is old and obsolete because it 
was replaced by 5.0.2, which was replaced by 5.0.3, which was ..., which was 
replaced by the current 5.0.9.

Michael

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Views in 5.0.1Ben Clewett18 Jul
  • Re: Views in 5.0.1Joerg Bruehe18 Jul
    • Re: Views in 5.0.1Ben Clewett18 Jul
      • Re: Views in 5.0.1Michael Stassen18 Jul
      • Re: Views in 5.0.1Joerg Bruehe18 Jul
        • Re: Views in 5.0.1Ben Clewett19 Jul
RE: Views in 5.0.1Jared Cope18 Jul