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timestamp(14) is no longer accepted by MySQL #2

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The timestamp(n) type no longer works as of MySQL 5.5, but it is still used in zoph.sql, it should be replaced with timestamp.

Reported by Miyo

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@jeroenrnl Changed timestamp(14) into timestamp
Needed for MySQL > 5.5 compatibility.

Fixes #2
55473bf
@jeroenrnl jeroenrnl closed this in 55473bf
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