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From:Warren Young Date:February 14 2005 4:13pm
Subject:Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solaris
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Alex Vishnev wrote:
> 
> Thanks for your suggestion. I hit google pretty hard to find any information
> and found that different versions of gcc require different flags to handle
> exceptions. 

Yes, this will definitely be platform-specific, if only because g++ must 
deal with different Standard library implementations on different systems.

> gcc3.3.X exception handling is not thread safe. Can
> anyone comment on that? 

Not on topic here.

Now, if you want to discuss whether MySQL++ is thread-safe, go right on 
ahead.  (Preemptively, my answer is, "I dunno.")
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mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisAlex Vishnev12 Feb
  • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisChris Frey12 Feb
    • RE: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisAlex Vishnev12 Feb
      • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisChris Frey13 Feb
        • RE: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisAlex Vishnev14 Feb
          • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisWarren Young14 Feb
    • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisWarren Young14 Feb
  • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisWarren Young14 Feb
    • RE: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisAlex Vishnev14 Feb
      • Re: mysql++1.7.28 core dumps on solarisWarren Young14 Feb
        • mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyAlex Vishnev14 Feb
          • Re: mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyEarl Miles14 Feb
            • Re: mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyWarren Young14 Feb
              • Re: mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyEarl Miles14 Feb
              • RE: mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyAlex Vishnev15 Feb
                • Re: mysql++1.7.28 thread safetyWarren Young16 Feb