committer: Raghav Kapoor <email@example.com>
branch nick: mysql-trunk-bug-13702397
timestamp: Fri 2012-03-23 15:26:55 +0530
BUG#13702397 - 64211: 'CREATE TABLE ... LIKE ...' FAILS TO KEEP CASE
Regular Create Table Statements properly keep the case on
a case insensitive file system like Windows or Mac OS X when
lower_case_table_names= 2 whereas while creating tables LIKE
another (create table <tablename> LIKE <tablename>), the table
name case is ignored on a case insensitive file system when
lower_case_table_names= 2. This problem is mentioned as part
of this bug report. This behaviour was annoying and not
consistent with the documentation.
This bug is fixed by populating the alias in local_create_info
structure in mysql_create_like_table function when create table
<tablename> LIKE <tablename> query is issued equal to alias
information that is stored in create_info structure.This
assignment was missing due to which this bug was happening.
Also a testcase has been written in lowercase_table2.test and
the corresponding result file has also been updated.
merge test cases from 5.6