I am interested in the feature request #1397 , which requests that
phpMyAdmin support fractional seconds in time, datetime and timestamp data
After bit of research I found that these data types support trailing
fractional seconds up to microseconds (6 digits). For example, the syntax
for datetime including fractional seconds would be '2013-04-23
11:21:07.145236'. This syntax is supported from version 5.0 , however
the fractional seconds were discarded when storing. From version 5.6.4
onwards these fractional seconds are stored and hence this feature request
I have looked into the code to implement this feature request and the major
which only supports up to milliseconds (3 digits). I have been improving
this JS file to support microseconds, however it is a somewhat big change.
I'd like to know whether I should simply alter the external JS file in
phpMyAdmin code or I should send a pull request to the timepicker project,
so it will be a part of the timepicker project as well. However, with the
second option it might take some time till they (hopefully) accept the
patch and do a release containing it.
Your thoughts on this would be highly appreciated.
I prepared this patch
with the JS fix(that i applied for Firefox) it works correctly both
in Firefox and chrome. Updation and insertion both work fine.
But for an unknown reason it fails one of the tests.
It says "Failed asserting that two arrays are equal" . I don't get it, just
added an extra string in that array of functions(Types.class.php).
It seems to me that the old array was expected but since i changed it, its
creating some kind of problem. I don't know, i never had such situation, so
i'm pretty helpless in this case.
I'd be grateful, if i can have some points or hints on how to correct it.
Hello my name is Mohamed Ashraf I am a prospective GSOC applicant. I have
been sending emails to the mailing list for some time now but due to
complications in my subscription in the mailing list it was not
being received. Sorry if this is a bit late.
I was reading your Ideas list and saw the refactoring of the sql executor.
I wanted to ask what is your final vision for it. what do you feel as the
Also if there are any bugs or features related to the executor that I could
submit with my proposal. I have already done two pull requests, a feature
and a bug, but I believe it would have been better if the patch was more
related to my proposal
I have submitted my GSoC proposal for Ajax Error Reporting.
It would be great if my proposal could be reviewed.
Waiting for your valuable comments.
First Year, Computer Science and Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
About Me : about.me/kandoiabhi
Two ideas mean a lot of more works.
> I think focus is important. thanks
> just my mind, I also a gsoc student
> Hi adam,
yeah, i understood it, the time i began thinking about the approach that
both would require and believe me the two are totally different.
But till the end i couldn't make my mind on which one to select and thus
wrote for both of them(Well it took me about 7 days to write about them).
However in the end, i believe that mentors will select the best one. i am
waiting for their comments (fingers crossed :D).
And Good luck for GSoC :)
As I am looking to apply for the Automated Testing project this year, I was trying to make a first draft of my proposal here. I had a few questions regarding the same:
1. What aspects of automation and CI would be involved as most of the automated scripts seem to have been done already. Sure, along the way if we feel the need for modifying or adding something, that would be fine. But just wanted to make sure if there are any specific tasks involved here which I could mention in my proposal?
2. Regarding the project schedule, I was wondering if pin-pointing a specific code coverage percentage is a good idea? The aim would surely would be to maximise the code coverage, but the nature of this project is such that a pre determined percentage could be far from accurate in the final deliverables. That said, if there is a specific code coverage level the team would like to be reached, I would like to know.
Right now, the two major tasks that the project seems to involve are:
1. Adding more unit tests
2. Adding more selenium tests
Let me know if I am missing something here
Welcome to the fourth release candidate for phpMyAdmin 4.0.0 (a
database export bug was introduced in -rc3). With this version, the HTML
frames are gone and the navigation panel now presents a tree. This
Version 4.0 contains many bug fixes and smaller new features; moreover,
the documentation has a new look and contains an index.
Details will appear on http://phpmyadmin.net. In a hurry? you can visit
https://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/files to download.
Marc Delisle, for the team
Today, i submitted my GSoC applications. I was equally interested in both
Interface improvement and Ajax Error Reporting, but till the end, i
couldn't make up my mind for just one, So i submitted proposals for both
and left the rest on mentors to decide.
I would be grateful, if i my proposal can be reviewed and have some