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From:Warren Young Date:September 13 2004 9:21pm
Subject:Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15
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Daniel wrote:
> The solution was to ignore all the stdc
> libraries but the one we were using (msvcrt.lib). 

That's a dodgy hack.  The right solution is to use exactly the same CRT 
settings for all projects.

Download 1.7.16 and link against that.  It directly addresses your 
previous message.

> c:\src\mysql++-1.7.15\sqlplusint\convert1.hh(21) : warning C4273: 'strtod' :
> inconsistent dll linkage

1.7.16 also fixes this.
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Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Daniel10 Sep
  • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Warren Young10 Sep
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      • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Thomas Werth13 Sep
      • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Warren Young13 Sep
        • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Daniel13 Sep
          • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Warren Young13 Sep
            • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Daniel14 Sep
              • Re: Visual Studio .NET (7.1.3088) and mysql++ 1.7.15Warren Young14 Sep