At 13:06 +0200 2/26/02, savaidis wrote:
>There is not your book here in Thessaloniki/Greece. This is the second
>bigest city of Greece.
>(at least at bigest bookstore I checked, they have only O'Reily books and
>they have only one about MySQL with 3 writers)
>So I intend to take a subscription to Safari but I want to know if I will
>have access to complete text of the book, how many points I need for this
>and if I can copy the chapters to my hard disk. Also in what form will be
>this copy : in html or in PDF? And will this be context-sensitive?
>But why you don't shell it in classic e-book form (with glassbook i.e.)?
>Please be specific so I can send the subscription.
These are all points that you should take up with the Safari people.
I don't know the answers to any of these questions. (Not surprising,
since I didn't even know there *was* a Safari edition until yesterday. :-))
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Paul DuBois [mailto:paul@stripped]
>> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 12:46 AM
>> To: savaidis; 'MySQL List'
>> Subject: RE: Paul DuBois - Thank You
>> At 16:09 -0600 2/25/02, Paul DuBois wrote:
>> >At 21:35 +0200 2/25/02, savaidis wrote:
>> >>Is there any electronic version of this book (e-book)?
>> >One of the chapters (the C API chapter) is online at the publisher's
>> >site, and there are some other pages available at Amazon.
>> All of these
>> >are PDF format. There are pointers to this material at the book's
>> >companion site:
>> >Otherwise, no it's not available electronically.
>> I've been informed that I'm incorrect on this. "MySQL" is available
>> electronically at:
> > http://safari.oreilly.com