"MySQL dropped in favor of MariaDB"

Post #302766865 by figaro on Tuesday 5th of February 2013 03:07:10 PM

Thank you for the heads-up. Once Slackware and Debian start making the same switch (or even contemplating the switch), then it is only a matter of time before all derivative distributions start doing the same and the future for MySQL is very chilly indeed.
 

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MySQL::Diff(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  MySQL::Diff(3pm)

NAME
MySQL::Diff - Generates a database upgrade instruction set SYNOPSIS
use MySQL::Diff; my $md = MySQL::Diff->new( %options ); my $db1 = $md->register_db($ARGV[0], 1); my $db2 = $md->register_db($ARGV[1], 2); my $diffs = $md->diff(); DESCRIPTION
Generates the SQL instructions required to upgrade the first database to match the second. METHODS
Constructor new( %options ) Instantiate the objects, providing the command line options for database access and process requirements. Public Methods Fuller documentation will appear here in time :) o register_db($name,$inx) Reference the database, and setup a connection. The name can be an already existing 'MySQL::Diff::Database' database object. The index can be '1' or '2', and refers both to the order of the diff, and to the host, port, username and password arguments that have been supplied. o db1() o db2() Return the first and second databases registered via "register_db()". o diff() Performs the diff, returning a string containing the commands needed to change the schema of the first database into that of the second. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2000-2011 Adam Spiers. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
mysqldiff, MySQL::Diff::Database, MySQL::Diff::Table, MySQL::Diff::Utils AUTHOR
Adam Spiers <mysqldiff@adamspiers.org> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-06 MySQL::Diff(3pm)

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