Would you consider this new realse stable? Im working on a telnet bbs,
with a mysql back end, which will linked to the web via php. Considering
the ability grab results using ["fieldname"] is being cut (is that
correct?) I want to be using the latest version. Also will this work
a-ok with gcc 3.3 now?
>>> Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> 17/08/04 23:36:07 >>>
Talk about "release early, release often"! :)
o Renamed mysql++, defs and define_short files, adding .hh to the
end of each. (They're header files!) This shouldn't impact
library users, since these are hopefully used internal to the
o Removed sqlplus.hh file. Use mysql++.hh instead.
o Added mysql++.spec, extracted from contributed 1.7.9 source
and updated it significantly. Also, added an 'rpm' target to
Makefile.am to automate the process of building RPMs.
o Added bootstrap and LGPL files to distribution tarball.
o Added pre-1.7.10 history to this file.
o Removed .version file. Apparently it's something required by
versions of libtool.
I've also added a binary RPM for RH9 to the web page.
I may not continue offering these RPMs, as they're rather large, and
it's not hard to make your own: just say 'make rpm' as root.
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