The latest releases of MySQL Sandbox, in addition to deal with minor bugs, have mostly been necessary because of compatibility issues in MySQL, both 5.5 and 5.6.
When I found that MySQL 5.6 has some InnoDB tables inside the
'mysql' schema, I had to change the way that the sandbox used to
remove all contents (the
To achieve a smooth clean up, MySQL Sandbox now performs a dump of the mysql schema, and uses that saved data to restore the schema after a complete wipeout.
Unfortunately, when 5.5.30 was released, this operation resulted in a warning, due to a behavioral change.
After a careful change, and about 1200 unit tests, the latest version of …[Read more]