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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by kag (4257) on 2007.04.20 18:03 (#54609) Journal
    The ability to specify a useful default for timestamp columns is newish. The old behavior was to treat the first timestamp column with DEFAULT NULL as what can now be expressed as DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP. If you didn't like it, you used datetime as the column type instead of timestamp.