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From:Warren Young Date:September 17 2004 9:24am
Subject:RFC: mysql_shutdown() argument change and non-Unix systems
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Version 1.7.17 of MySQL++ has an autoconf test to check for the new 
second argument to the MySQL C API function mysql_shutdown().  All is 
well on Unixy platforms.

I'm now looking for comments on what to do on non-Unix type platforms, 
where the configure script is not used.

One way to deal with this is to just ask people to define 
HAVE_MYSQL_SHUTDOWN_LEVEL_ARG in their project file if they need it.

Another would be to add a commented-out version of this macro in 
mysql++-windows.hh and put in the README that you should edit that file 
to match your system.

Comments on these ideas or better ideas requested.
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RFC: mysql_shutdown() argument change and non-Unix systemsWarren Young17 Sep
  • Re: RFC: mysql_shutdown() argument change and non-Unix systemsChris Frey20 Sep