As I said in my original post putting in "mysql" for the propel.database.creole setting gives me an include error.  It is trying to pull in a file called creole/mysql.php which doesn't exist.

On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Hans Lellelid <hans@velum.net> wrote:
yes and there are new settings.  Take a look at "Creole Reverse-Engineering
Settings" on this page:
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