Christoph Boget wrote:
> So the free version is going to include only MyISAM? [[...]]
"Classic" is the name of a configuration for commercial customers
(typically: for use in embedded applications) that refers to the
It is available for years already, always without InnoDB.
"Classic" is totally different from "community".
I am not aware of any upcoming changes in the community edition, neither
in features nor in availability.
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