Ger Hayden wrote:
> Is there a mysql++ api equivalent of functions like sqlstate that are
> present in the standard C API mysql.h.
No, but patches to implement them will be thoughtfully considered.
Now is exactly the right time to provide them: work on v2.0 is under way.
> On that note what are the significant differances between the two?
Damn near "apples and oranges", if you're using it correctly. Don't
think of MySQL++ as a C++ version of the C API. Think of it as a C++
database API that happens to use the MySQL C API underneath.
|• C++ API vs C API||Ger Hayden||14 Jun|
| • Re: C++ API vs C API||Warren Young||14 Jun|