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Author hlellelid
Full name Hans Lellelid
Date 2006-11-17 06:18:51 PST
Message Thanks, Soenke, you beat me too it :)

Yeah, maybe we could do that by default for MySQL, though it does seem
like a bit of a hack. We should probably issue a debug logging
statement indicating that we're doing that, if we do turn that on behind
the scenes. If you want to look into it, I'd be grateful, as I'm
probably not going to get to it today otherwise.


Soenke Ruempler - NorthClick wrote:
> Ron Rademaker <mailto:r.rademak​er@virtualbuilding.n​l> wrote on Friday,
> November 17, 2006 3:07 PM:
>> That fixes the problem!
> http://netevil.org/n​ode.php?uuid=444a601​7-0548-2459-2943-44a​601714d58
> We should set PDO::ATTR_EMULATE_PREPARES to true for MySQL by default,
> shouldn't we? Didn't look into the sources if it's easy to add ...
> As Wez writes:
> "The native prepared statement API is still quite young it seems. I was
> considering making emulated prepares the default, but it seemed like a
> pretty drastic change to make for a minor point release."
> We have a semi-major release, so +1 for MySQL and emulation.
> I could look into it.
> -soenke
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