>>>>> "Oliver" == Oliver Billmann <oliver@stripped> writes:
>> >From the manual:
>> Note that this doesn't mention anything about special comparison for
>> dates; The date/datetime/timestamp is simply converted to a string
>> and compared as a string; This is the source of the problem!
Oliver> Now that you explained it, it makes sense... I actually read the chapter
Oliver> about the representation of date values just before reading the above.
Oliver> That's probably why I missed that one... (and assumed it works everywhere)
>> Anyway, I have however fixed this problem in the upcoming MySQL 3.23.9
Oliver> Great :-) Will you release a patch for MySQL 3.22 as well?
After it has been in 3.23 for a couple of weeks we can backport the
patch. (We don't want to accidently break 3.22 :)