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From:renniw one Date:July 11 2003 2:37am
Subject:mysql naming scheme
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Hi,
    In the mysql documentation, a mysql name is said to consist of 'three 
numbers and a suffix'. However, I have come across mysql versions such 
3.23.56a, 4.0.12-nt and have read of versions like 3.23.33-log. The 
documentation lists -alpha, -beta, -gamma as suffixes. So, are 'a', '-nt' 
and '-log' considered to be suffixes also? Does the 'a' of 3.23.56a stand 
for '-alpha' or is it indicative of a platform the mysql server is 
installed?

- Ren

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