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Re: Is there a way to see release specific docs for spatial support?
Michael Moore <stuporglue@xxxxxxxxx>
Ian Gilfillan <ian@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Mon, 30 May 2016 19:22:19 +0200
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On 28/05/2016 17:30, Michael Moore wrote:
I've got the table compiled here.
Would it be appropriate to add it to the KB?
The table looks great - the Knowledge Base is a community resource, and
there's no problem with adding comparisons (there are quite a few
MySQL-MariaDB comparison articles, since moving from MySQL is a common
situation), so feel free to add it.
I was going to put it on our company blog, but since new versions will
bring new features it should probably be a living document somewhere.
The only reason I could think of that it might not be appropriate on the
KB is that I do include the MySQL info too, and I'm not sure if that
belongs on the MariaDB wiki.
Also, two more questions:
* How long has the Aria database had spatial index support? Since
Yes, since the first release.
The docs for x() and y() are at https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/st_x/
* I didn't see docs for X() and Y(), but they were in MySQL since 5.4
so I suspect that they're probably in MariaDB too.