Totte Karlsson wrote:
> There is a .zip file at
Thank you for your efforts. I managed to boil all of your changes down
to simply #including <winsock.h> conditionally where necessary and
removing those bogus Windows32 header includes. And, of course, the
addition of the BCB project files.
I didn't agree with several of the changes you made in your version.
Would you please download the following IN-DEVELOPMENT version of the
library and fix up any missing bits?
In particular, you'll notice these changes from the version you've made
available on your site:
- One of the files #included windows.h. I don't believe that to be
absolutely necessary. At most, you should conditionally include
winsock.h as you did in so many of the other modules. Furthermore, I
think the module you had this fix in was the wrong place; it goes in one
of the .hh files, not the .cc file you had it in. (connection.cc, I
believe.) Please try this fix again, keeping these guidelines in mind.
- One of the project files was named very generically: ProjectGroup1 or
something like that. I renamed it to mysqlpp.bp? to match the others.
You may need to fix up some things to make it build again.
- Your ZIP file contains directory structure and code formatting
changes. Please don't do this. Keep the change set to that which is
absolutely necessary to make the program build. When I have to
disentangle your style changes from the subtantive ones, it slows me
down. If you want to talk about style changes, let's argue about that
> Any Borland user has to define macros (under IDE user variables) for the
> "main" sql installation directory, e.g. MySQL = c:\mysql
> and also change where the .lib file is being created.
Can you be more explicit? I need something detailed that I can put in
the project README file. Since I don't have BCB, I can't infer details.