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From:cgifalco Date:November 9 2004 8:41pm
Subject:Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1
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Warren Young napsal(a):

> cgifalco wrote:
>
>>> I have mysql-3.23.58-9 on my Fedora Core 2 and I am not able to find 
>>> appropriate
>>> MySQL-shared package.
>>
>
> The intention is that you download the MySQL RPMs from mysql.com, or 
> that you rebuild the library from source.
>
>> In the meantime I installed MySQL-shared-3.23.58-1.i38 6.rpm and all 
>> is OK.
>
>
> You've tested the examples successfully?  I'm not sure the binary RPM 
> will work against a version 3.23 library.  It is built against 4.0.x.  
> I should probably make that dependency tighter, rather than looser.
>
> Any comments from the lurkers?
>
Today I tried to test these programs:
 
custom1.cc, custom2.cc, custom3.cc, custom4.cc, simple1.cc, resetdb.cc
work fine.

dbinfo.cc
issues this output

[root@localhost mysqlexamples]# ./dbinfo
3.23.58
 
Query: how databases
Records Found: 6
 
Databases
 
dbstore
enderunix
mysql
mysql_cpp_data
nuke
test
Error: Query was empty 1065

fieldinf1.cc
issues this output, so I think it works also fine

[root@localhost mysqlexamples]# ./fieldinf1
Query: elect * from stock
Records Found: 5
 
Query Info:
0 item           CHAR NOT NULL  Ss
1 num            BIGINT NULL    N7mysqlpp4NullIxNS_10NullisNullEEE
2 weight         DOUBLE NULL    N7mysqlpp4NullIdNS_10NullisNullEEE
3 price          DOUBLE NULL    N7mysqlpp4NullIdNS_10NullisNullEEE
4 sdate          DATE NULL      N7mysqlpp4NullINS_4DateENS_10NullisNullEEE
 
Field 'item' is of an SQL type which most closely resembles
the C++ string type
Field 'num' base type is of an SQL type which most closely
resembles the C++ long long int type

load_file.cc
I did't test properly, the issue was

[root@localhost mysqlexamples]# ./load_file
Usage : load_file full_file_path

updel.cc
I did't test properly too, the issue was

[root@localhost mysqlexamples]# ./updel
Error: Unknown database 'telcent' 1049

util.cc
is linked to some of them and I hope it works also fine.

Regards
   cgifalcon

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mysql++-1.7.21-1cgifalco6 Nov
  • Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1cgifalco8 Nov
    • Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1Warren Young8 Nov
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        • Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1Warren Young10 Nov
          • Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1cgifalco10 Nov
Re: mysql++-1.7.21-1Warren Young10 Nov