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Bronto, did you see this paragraph? They just changed the spec to match the old behaviour, so if your code worked before (with a Driver.xst-based driver), it'll still work now...

FYI, this change was triggered by discovering that the fetchrow_array implementation in Driver.xst (used by most compiled drivers) didn't match the DBI specification. Rather than change the code to match, and risk breaking existing applications, I've changed the specification (that part was always of dubious value anyway).

In reply to Re: Re: DBI specification change by RMGir
in thread DBI specification change by gmax

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