Commits on May 17, 2014
The SQL syntax here was not valid and choked newer mysql family database servers. MariaDB for example does not take this syntax. You can use `engine=MyISAM` instead, but I think it's really better to leave this to the default set for the parent database as some servers are optimized for specific storage engines.
The vanilla mysql module in PHP has been deprecated for some time. The warning messages about it's use are nearly militant now and I just ran across a server that didn't even have the old module to fall back on. This simple switch should make use of the mysqli module instead with is the closest drop-in replacement.