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Drizzle support for phpMyAdmin – week 11

August 6th, 2011

During this week I worked on Database Synchronize feature. At first, I tested it with my MySQL server and found out that it suffered a lot from latest theme changes because it was using some Status page CSS classes. After fixing it and refactoring source and target table lists to actually be in one table, not in two placed next to each other, I followed to make necessary changes for it to work with Drizzle. Fortunately for me, it worked right away so I just disallowed connections with servers that use different protocol than the loaded database interface can, and added a few variables that can differentiate between regular MySQL and Drizzle in case any problems arise in the future.

This week I am going to a week-long vacation, and when I return I will have a week left to find and fix remaining bugs and maybe look whether Drizzle replication can be somehow supported.

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