Dale Smith wrote:
> my installation. I'm running a 64-bit Itanium platform; has anyone
> successfully used mysql++ on that platform before?
The last system in that class I used was a Cray Y-MP, back before Linux
had even been invented.
> resetdb.o(.gnu.linkonce.r._ZTCN7mysqlpp5QueryE0_Sd+0x18): undefined
> reference to `std::basic_iostream<char, std::char_traits<char>
Check this GCC mailing list thread out:
That link drops you into the middle of the thread, to a suggestion I'd
like you to try as well.
One other thing: can you hack resetdb.cpp to remove any uses of the
Query object? Basically, I want it to just connect to the database, and
exit. If that links, then this message may be relevant:
...though not helpful, because nobody replied to it. Well, maybe
helpful: if the Query object is implicated, then this is yet more reason
to change it to not derive from std::stringstream.