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From:Martin Gainty Date:July 26 2010 1:02pm
Subject:RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?
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MySQL is written in C

if your requirement is to write extension packages for MySQL then use the OS specific C
compiler to write the functions


deferring to MySQL staff to handle your other questions
Martin Gainty 
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> From: Jan@stripped
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?
> Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 22:23:50 -0700
> 
> 
> On 22 Jul 10, at 21:01, Anirudh Sundar wrote:
> 
> > SO ONE CANNOT COMPARE PHP WITH C.
> 
> I can compare anything I want to -- I took a poetry class in college! 
> ("Her teeth were like the stars, 'cause they came out at night." :-)
> 
> If you STOP SHOUTING, people might take you more seriously.
> 
> ----------------
> There are only two ways to look at life: One is as if nothing is a 
> miracle. The other is as if everything is a miracle. -- Albert Einstein
> :::: Jan Steinman, EcoReality Co-op ::::
> 
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Why is MySQL always linked to Php?alba\.albetti15 Jul
  • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?mos15 Jul
  • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Steven Staples15 Jul
  • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Daevid Vincent16 Jul
    • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Michael Dykman16 Jul
      • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Jay Blanchard16 Jul
        • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Daevid Vincent16 Jul
          • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Michael Dykman16 Jul
            • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jay Blanchard16 Jul
          • deletes from a VERY large tableBryan Cantwell16 Jul
  • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Rob Wultsch16 Jul
Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jan Steinman17 Jul
  • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Anirudh Sundar22 Jul
    • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jay Blanchard22 Jul
      • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Anirudh Sundar23 Jul
        • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jan Steinman23 Jul
          • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Anirudh Sundar23 Jul
          • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Martin Gainty26 Jul
    • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jan Steinman22 Jul