Opened 16 years ago

Closed 16 years ago

#6713 closed (wontfix)

';' in comments (i.e. lines starting with '--') in sql/mymodel.sql causes error in syncdb

Reported by: alainD Owned by: nobody
Component: Tools Version: dev
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for instance the following script :

INSERT INTO "app_model" ("col1", "col2") VALUES (45, 107);
--INSERT INTO "app_model" ("col1", "col2") VALUES (45, 107);
INSERT INTO "app_model" ("col1", "col2") VALUES (45, 107);

causes an error while importing it via syncdb ... because of the commented line (starting with '--')

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comment:1 by jefurii, 16 years ago

Component: UncategorizedTools
Resolution: wontfix
Status: newclosed

This is not a Django problem. If you're using MySQL it's actually a MySQL quirk:

In MySQL, the “-- ” (double-dash) comment style requires the second dash
to be followed by at least one whitespace or control character (such as
a space, tab, newline, and so on). This syntax differs slightly from 
standard SQL comment syntax
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