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From:Reggie Burnett Date:May 3 2005 4:34pm
Subject:RE: mysql<->mysqld connection
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Just to echo the thoughts from Jeremiah, we have several freely available
open source connectors that work *VERY HARD* tracking the protocol so it's
hard to understand a situation where you would need to write your own
implementation.

	-Reggie

-----Original Message-----
From: Nikola Skoric [mailto:nick@stripped] 
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 10:30 AM
To: Jeremiah Gowdy; mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: mysql<->mysqld connection

Dana Sun, 1 May 2005 11:11:40 -0700, Jeremiah Gowdy rece:
> > Where could I find speciffication of how MySQL client and server
> > communicate?
/...
> 
> Look at the source code of libmysql?

So, document regarding this protocol doesn't exist?

Hm, and, where could I find the source code of libmysql? I googled, but
failed to locate 
it. I'd be thrilled if you could help...

-- 
"Znam, kaljavo ordenje na mom kaputu je..."



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mysql<->mysqld connectionNikola Skoric1 May
  • Re: mysql<->mysqld connectionJeremiah Gowdy1 May
    • Re: mysql<->mysqld connectionNikola Skoric2 May
      • Re: mysql<->mysqld connectionJeremiah Gowdy2 May
      • RE: mysql<->mysqld connectionReggie Burnett3 May
        • RE: mysql<->mysqld connectionNikola Skoric3 May
        • Re: mysql<->mysqld connectionEric Bergen3 May