Tim Murison wrote:
>>What does 'locate manip.hh' say?
> Nothing. File doesn't exist.
Oh, blast. I see the problem. There's a set.h in MySQL++...previously
it was set.hh. When you include the files from your non-system
directory, it is in the search path first. But when you try to get the
headers from the system include directory, g++ ignores that because
/usr/local/include is already part of the default include path. Hence,
it sees set.h from the backwards-compatibility part of the C++ library
There are two things you can do. One, you can configure the package to
install MySQL++ headers into its own directory tree, as recommended in
the README file. Ahem. Two, you can rename set.h to myset.h, and
change all references to it. This will be the name of the file in the
next revision, unless someone complains about it.