At 3:48 PM +0200 2000-01-02, <sinisa@stripped> wrote:
>New version of MySQLGUI for Win32 , which runs on NT and 95/98, has just
>been released on the usual MySQL page:
>This is a beta, binary version of the MySQLGUI client, version 1.4a
>This is a first release of 1.+ MySQLGUI versions for Windoze. It is
>practically free from bugs, except one small, which you probably
>will not notice and is traced to fltk 1.0.7.
>We wanted to release this version before New Year, but did not succeed
>in it.. Reason for this lies in the fact that we were plagued by some
>compiler errors under Cygwin.
>This, Windoze version is identical to X version, except for the rules
>regarding writing necessary entries in my.cnf. Namely, unlike *nix,
>Windoze has drives. Until b release arrives, first backslash after
>drive: should be escaped, like this: d:\\mysql\\options_file. There is
>an example of a thorough and functioning my.cnf file included with
>this release of MySQLGUI.
Will mysqlgui behave as the other MySQL clients under windows,
where you can specify pathnames in my.cnf using d:/path/to/file
syntax (with a forward slash for a pathname separator)?
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped