This may not be a good reason to keep them, but when I was having
trouble using sql_create_* in a header file, I found that I could use
sql_create_basic_* because that doesn't create the "table" and "names"
variables. I guess its possible that someone else discovered this and
is using it in a header file.
That's about all I can think of.
From: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped]
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 8:26 AM
To: MySQL++ Mailing List
Subject: sql_create_basic_* useful?
It occurs to me that the sql_create_basic_* macros are no easier to use
than the regular sql_create macros, and the SSQLS structures they
generate have fewer features. I've already decided, while working on
the new documentation, to relegate discussion of these simpler macros to
a side discussion and focus on the more powerful but just as easy to use
Does anyone actually use sql_create_basic_*? If so, why?
If it seems they have no practical value, I'll deprecate them, and
eventually remove them. No sense complicating the documentation and the
code with features we don't use.
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