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From:Patrick Galbraith Date:May 29 2004 11:51pm
Subject:MySQL 4.0.20 For Windows released
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Dear MySQL users and developers,

MySQL 4.0.20 is now available for windows in both source and binary 
form from our
download pages at http://www.mysql.com/downloads/ and mirror sites.

Note that not all mirror sites may be up to date at this point in time -
if you can't find this version on some mirror, please try again later or
choose another download site.

When MySQL 4.0.20 was originally released, we didn't release the 
Windows build in a
scheduled manner due to some issues that mainly concerned the Embedded 
Server
support, and we apologize if this caused you any inconveniences.

Please refer to our bug database at http://bugs.mysql.com/ for more
details about the individual bugs fixed in this version.

News from the ChangeLog (below)

Changes in release 4.0.20a (windows)

Functionality added or changed:

    Bugs fixed:
    Fixed crash in MATCH ... AGAINST() on a phrase search operator with 
a missing closing double quote. (Bug #3870)
      * Fixed a bug with truncation of big values (> 4294967295) of 
64-bit system variables. (Bug #3754)
      * If server-id was not set using startup options but with SET 
GLOBAL, the replication slave still complained that it was not set. 
(Bug
        #3829)

    Functionality added or changed:
      * Phrase search in MATCH ... AGAINST ( ... IN BOOLEAN MODE) no 
longer matches partial words.

    Bugs fixed:
      * Fixed a bug in division / reporting incorrect metadata (number 
of digits after the decimal point). It can be seen, e.g. in CREATE 
TABLE t1
        SELECT "0.01"/"3". (Bug #3612)
      * Fixed a problem with non-working DROP DATABASE on some 
configurations (in particular, Linux 2.6.5 with ext3 are known to 
expose this bug).
        (Bug #3594)
      * Fixed that in some replication error messages, a very long query 
caused the rest of the message to be invisible (truncated), by putting
        the query last in the message. (Bug #3357)

Thank you very much for your interest and use of MySQL!

kind regards,

Patrick Galbraith Senior Software Developer
patg@stripped http://www.mysql.com

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