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schema version control
Posted by: PAUL BRUCE
Date: July 02, 2013 04:02AM

I've used subversion to track code changes for years. However, what I really need is to track database schema changes.
My current method is sloppy and involves dumping out the schema using mysqldump and sending that output to subversion.
I'm after something better.
A while back, someone told me you use MySQL triggers, but I've looked into this and I dont see how it's possible.
What do other people use to track changes to the actual db schema ?

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