[debian-mysql] Bug#855656: release-notes: update on mysql/mariadb for stretch
vincent.mcintyre at csiro.au
Tue Feb 21 22:20:15 UTC 2017
On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 09:56:44AM +0100, Baptiste Jammet wrote:
> Le 21/02/2017 01:09, Vincent McIntyre a écrit :
> >this is a start on the notes needed regarding mysql/mariadb.
> >Comments welcome.
> Thanks for the patch. Here are some comments:
> > <row id="new-mysql">
> > <entry>MySQL<indexterm><primary>MySQL</primary></indexterm></entry>
> > <entry>5.5</entry>
> >- <entry>5.6</entry>
> >+ <entry>-</entry>
> Maybe we could remove the entire line instead.
> Or mark the second column with <entry>removed</entry>.
Sure, <entry>removed</entry> seens fine to me.
> >+ Installing the metapackage XX will pull in YY
> s/will pull in/will install/ ?
> >+ The <systemitem role="package">virtual-mysql-*</systemitem> packages
> >+ will continue to exist.
> I don't find any package named like this. Could you explain, please ?
This was taken from an email thread of the mysql packagers and it
was not all that clear to me either. I found an explanation here
Since this seems to be something that only matters to packagers
of mysql-related software, perhaps the sentence should be dropped?
> >+ See the <ulink url="http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/MySQL">Debian MySQL
> >+ wiki page</ulink>
> >+ software availble in Debian.
> typo : available
Agree on these
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