On 9/6/11 12:28 AM, Andrey Hristov wrote:
this bug was really mysqli@mysqlnd. No other tests test this, this is
why we were not able to catch this before. Therefore, it should be
enabled also for libmysql, because it checks right behavior. It's about
regression testing, and if libmysql fails someday on this, we should be
able to catch it.

This behavior (specifically, returning number of rows after last fetch) was never part of libmysql, was never documented in mysql docs and is new and unique for mysqlnd. What exactly is the use to enable this test for libmysql - just generate yet another failure that never will be fixed to pollute our test results and make legitimate failures harder to spot?
Stanislav Malyshev, Software Architect
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