... adding a whole lot of missing SQL features in the process, and
actually removing some of the kool research ideas which haven't seen
all that much practical use (e.g., time travel). But, even the latest
releases do have a reputation for being slow and a bit flaky.
> mySQL? I assume this is a new name for mSQL.
It isn't. While it can be used as a drop-in replacement for mSQL, it
is faster, much more complete in its support of SQL features (the main
omissions, as mentioned, being transactions and stored procedures),
and has a significantly more liberal license (though still not DFSG