Mysql 5.5 has been the latest stable release for a while now, and a few of my hosters are providing it as the standard version now (which is a good thing).

So far for the good news, the bad news is: InnoDB is the new standard storage engine in 5.5. Of course, forcing every table to MyIsam works, but I'd love to be able to use the new features in Inno like all the other cool kids are.

So, my question: how hard would it be to make the core (and a few extensions) Inno-proof? Is it something that is easily done, or does it require a lot of tinkering? I am not really a DB guy, so I don't really know what problems you would run into.

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