Dovid Kopel wrote:
> #include "mysql.h"
That isn't necessary. It's included indirectly by mysql++.h.
> using namespace std;
You might as well say 'using namespace mysqlpp' here as well.
> mysqlpp::Query query = con.query();
> query << "select * from cars";
> cout << "Query: " << query.preview() << endl;
> mysqlpp::Result res = query.store();
Try use() here instead of store(), and put the result in a ResUse object.
> catch (mysqlpp::BadQuery er)
You can catch this one by const reference, which is more efficient, and
may stop the crash.
> Query: select * from cars
> Segmentation fault
Clearly a segfault is happening. It would be nice if trying to dump the
error didn't cause it, but you ought to check things like passwords,
table names, etc. I think you're not connecting to your database
correctly, or using it correctly.