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To make it possible to reliably dump and restore tables with
columns, MySQL now reports columns with
X other than 14 or 8 to be strings.
Changed sort order for
latin1 as it was
before MySQL 3.23.23. Any table that was created or modified
with 3.23.22 must be repaired if it has
CHAR columns that may contain
characters with ASCII values greater than 128!
Fixed small memory leak introduced from 3.23.22 when creating a temporary table.
Fixed problem with
BDB tables and reading
on a unique (not primary) key.
win1251 character set (it is
now only marked deprecated).