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Issue #3121 resolved

mysqldb can do unicode statements now, update that?

Mike Bayer
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setting supports_unicode_statements = True even without a charset works ? test that out. maybe do version detection, not sure. this is 1.0 b.c. it's a surprise.

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  1. Mike Bayer reporter
    • Updated the "supports_unicode_statements" flag to True for MySQLdb and Pymysql under Python 2. This refers to the SQL statements themselves, not the parameters, and affects issues such as table and column names using non-ASCII characters. These drivers both appear to support Python 2 Unicode objects without issue in modern versions. fixes #3121

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