I should say I can see results of new engineering/refactoring/bug hunt efforts inside Sun/MySQL.
Over last couple of weeks I started getting a lot of messages from the bugs system about bugs I reported long ago which were deferred to be fixed later or were left in open state. Here is example of such a bug.
I really hope this effort will result in a lot of these old annoyances fixed, which really matches my vision for MySQL – we do not need more big features we need old ones to work well and be convenient.
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