MySQL 5.0.3+ and meta.FloatFields don't mix
|Reported by:||Owned by:||Adrian Holovaty|
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Before MySQL 5.0.3, decimal types were stored unpacked, and behaved like chars; later versions store them as packed, fixed point numbers. More details here. This makes Python's formatting unhappy and a TypeError: Float argument required is raised.
- result_repr = ('%%.%sf' % f.decimal_places) % field_val + result_repr = ('%%.%sf' % f.decimal_places) % float(field_val)
This isn't a data loss bug or anything, but I'm sure it's irritating to anyone using recent MySQL versions.