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Comment:Fixed some overzealous "MySQL" -> "libtabula" references, and clarified some details about the development history in the CREDITS.md file.
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User & Date: tangent 2015-08-14 23:45:31
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2015-08-15
08:51
Merged dtest-to-ctest branch into trunk. (It only had to branch to avoid a fork.) check-in: 518f8d3962 user: tangent tags: trunk
08:50
First cut at making Row take a Row::Impl as its first argument instead of a MYSQL_ROW, with all the MySQL C API conversion code moving into MySQLDBDriver. It builds, but test/array_index segfaults. check-in: f9e573bf51 user: tangent tags: row-pimpl
2015-08-14
23:45
Fixed some overzealous "MySQL" -> "libtabula" references, and clarified some details about the development history in the CREDITS.md file. check-in: 9e7ac4fc37 user: tangent tags: trunk
23:34
Fixed a bunch of references to *.txt, which should be *.md now. check-in: 91de75b98b user: tangent tags: trunk
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Credits
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MySQL was created by Kevin Atkinson during 1998.  From version
1.0 (released in June 1999) through 1.7.9 (May 2001), the primary
maintainer was [Sinisa Milivojevic](mailto:sinisa@mysql.com).  Neither
Kevin nor Sinisa are currently involved in libtabula development.

The current maintainer is [Warren Young](mailto:wyoung@libtabula.org),
starting with MySQL++ 1.7.10 in August of 2004.



A fuller account of the library's history — including
the transition from MySQL++ to libtabula — is [in the user
manual][1].  For the nitty-gritty details, see [the libtabula change
log][2] and [the MySQL++ change log][3]. Change log items that aren't
attributed to anyone else were done by Warren Young.



Other contributors of note since MySQL++ 1.7.10:

*   [Chris Frey](mailto:cdfrey@foursquare.net): Lots of GCC warning fixes
    for the bleeding-edge compiler versions, Gentoo ebuild support,
    and misc other fixes.
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Here are the personal credits from the old 1.7.9 documentation,
apparently written by Kevin Atkinson:

*   Chris Halverson - For helping me get it to compile under Solaris.

*   Fredric Fredricson - For a long talk about automatic conversions.

*   Michael Widenius - libtabula developer who has been very
    supportive of my efforts.

*   Paul J. Lucas - For the original idea of treating the query object
    like a stream.

*   Scott Barron - For helping me with the shared libraries.




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Credits
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MySQL++ was created by Kevin Atkinson during 1998, who passed off

maintenance to [Sinisa Milivojevic](mailto:sinisa@mysql.com), who worked

on the library from version 1.0 (June 1999) through 1.7.9 (May 2001).
The current maintainer is [Warren Young](mailto:wyoung@libtabula.org),
starting with MySQL++ 1.7.10 in August of 2004.  Warren forked libtabula
off from MySQL++ 3.2.1 sometime in 2014, which was first released as
version 4.0.0 in XXXXXX 201x.

A fuller account of the library's history &mdash; including the
transition from MySQL++ to libtabula &mdash; is [in the user manual][1].
For the nitty-gritty details, see [the libtabula change log][2] and
[the MySQL++ change log][3]. Change log items that aren't attributed to
anyone else were done by Warren Young, much of it while working for
Educational Technology Resources.


Other contributors of note since MySQL++ 1.7.10:

*   [Chris Frey](mailto:cdfrey@foursquare.net): Lots of GCC warning fixes
    for the bleeding-edge compiler versions, Gentoo ebuild support,
    and misc other fixes.
................................................................................
Here are the personal credits from the old 1.7.9 documentation,
apparently written by Kevin Atkinson:

*   Chris Halverson - For helping me get it to compile under Solaris.

*   Fredric Fredricson - For a long talk about automatic conversions.

*   Michael Widenius - MySQL developer who has been very
    supportive of my efforts.

*   Paul J. Lucas - For the original idea of treating the query object
    like a stream.

*   Scott Barron - For helping me with the shared libraries.