From: Dave Rolsky <autarch@ur...> - 2004-10-12 16:33:09
0.85 October 12, 2004
- The DECIMAL and NUMERIC column types in MySQL were not being treated
as numeric types. This meant that you couldn't give such a column the
UNSIGNED attribute, among other problems. Reported by Bob Sidebotham.
- If a column had CHECK constraints, the Postgres reverse engineering
failed. Reported by Ken Miller, fixed by Joshua Jore.
- Insert handles did not include sequenced Postgres columns, causing
17-insert-handle.t to fail when run against Postgres. Reported by
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