[Phpmyadmin-devel] phpMyAdmin 2.5.6 is released

Marc Delisle DelislMa at CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca
Mon Mar 1 07:39:02 CET 2004

The Internet, 2004-03-01


The phpMyAdmin development team is pleased to announce
the availability of phpMyAdmin 2.5.6.

MySQL 4.1 / 5.0 Note:

     phpMyAdmin's support for MySQL 4.1 / 5.0 is still experimental


     * Display database collation
     * List collations of all tables
     * Pretty printing of charsets
     * Can now change the default database charset
     * Export now includes charset and collation info
     * Foreign key browse window: better sorting for key/value pairs; window is now resizable
     * Support for _charset syntax
     * Display the maximum size of uploads
     * Show MySQL version in SQL printview headers


     * Security fix: possible attack against export.php
     * Column collations were not displayed in MySQL 5.0
     * Character set "binary" was not correctly detected
     * Foreign key browse window: paging did not work
     * SHOW FIELDS problem
     * Changing a table's charset changed the charset of all fields (MYSQL >= 4.1.1)
     * Problem when SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS is in the query
     * Internal relations dropped when a field is dropped with the multi-submit mechanism
     * Wrong sort link for column aliases
     * Wrong row highlighting after "With selected: delete"
     * MySQL version check was sometimes done before connecting
     * (rc2) Wrong treatment for NULL default value of DATETIME field
     * (rc2) Parser: undefined variable
     * (rc2) Problem executing stored bookmarks
     * (rc2) Privileges: password not copied
     * (rc2) Undefined function message (pma_sqp_iserror)
     * (rc2) Undefined function message (mysql_get_client_info)
     * (rc2) Missing Arabic charset
     * (final) Wrong display for multiple queries
     * (final) Memory eater in sql parser
     * (final) Missing mysql_get_client_info() function

Download/support information on http://www.phpmyadmin.net.

Marc Delisle, for the team.

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