I've been playing with porting my C++ app to use
mysql++ 2.0 instead of mysql++ 1.7. Looks good
overall. Nice work, Warren and everyone!
One question: I'd like to be able to maintain one code
base that works with 1.7 and 2.0 for the next while.
Is there a #define (or other methodology) I can use to
detect the version of mysql++ installed and
conditionally compile code for mysqlpp 1.7.XX or 2.0
(The actual incompatibility I'm running into is that
1.7.xx supplies "Result operator  int", and 2.0
supplies "Result.at()" (if memory serves).
Also (I know, I said one question): Maybe there should
also be a list of API changes between 1.7.xx and 2.0.
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