From the work directory, execute the win\build-vs8.bat or
win\build-vs71.bat file, depending on the version of Visual Studio you
have installed. The script invokes CMake, which generates the mysql.sln
solution file you will need to build MySQL using Visual Studio..
You'll need cmake:
On 04/30/2014 09:37 AM, David Clark wrote:
> Ok I have source code thank you...I go into the build directory and I read the reame
> file and for a windows build it
> refers to a mysql.sln which I can't find anywhere in the file set. Anyone got any
> ideas on that.
> On Tuesday, April 29, 2014 3:37 PM, shawn l.green <shawn.l.green@stripped>
> Hello David,
>> On 4/29/2014 4:14 PM, David Clark wrote:
>>> mysql is open source as I understand it.
>>> I have one project out of about 6 that is failing.
>>> I want to debug into libmysql.lib to get a better idea what might be going
>>> even if it is a problem in my code. Where might I find the source/project
>>> to to this?
>>> Thank you,
>>> David Clark
>> The source packages for each Community release are available from the
>> same site as the binary package downloads. Just change which platform
>> you are looking for
>> You can also review the bug reports to see if this is something we
>> already fixed and in which release we fixed it
>> Shawn Green
>> MySQL Senior Principal Technical Support Engineer
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