On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 08:19:13PM -0400, pps wrote:
> Chris Frey wrote:
> >The development site is: https://gna.org/projects/mysqlpp/
> >You can grab the latest makemake.bat file here:
> > http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/mysqlpp/trunk/
> Ok, I build it on winXp - even when I downloaded the latest svn, I had
> problems bulding it... There seem to be to many dirrectories that are
> hardcoded into makefiles: had to edit files manually, add mysql/include
> and lib/opt to enviroment variables; had to manually create config.h etc...
I'm not a guru for the Windows side of things. Warren wrote the windows
build scripts and will be able to help you there.
> I tried to build it on unix and it doesn't work!!!
> 1) README.unix says that I can say ./configure --help, but there's no
> configure script (only configure.in). I tried to run makemake.sh, but I
> don't have bash, then even when I installed it it wasn't in /usr/bash.
> After when I replaced /usr/bash with something suitable for me it gave
> out some warnings (line 32: [: ==: unary operator expected) and when it
> started to run make it used incorrect include path for mysql:
> g++ -I/usr/include/mysql -I.. -O2 -c coldata.cpp
> In file included from const_string.h:32,
> from coldata.h:37,
> from coldata.cpp:27:
> defs.h:34: mysql.h
> mine is located in /usr/local/include/mysql, plus g++ is v2.95. For
> things that need something newer I use g++32, 33, 34 :) For that usually
> $CXX=g++34 works
For unix, if you're building from svn, you'll need to run all the autoconf
tools. There is a 'bootstrap' script to make that easy. So far I haven't
had any trouble with the autoconf side of things.
To specify a different compiler, I use a command line like this (assuming
I've built gcc-4.0.1 and installed it in /home/source5/rootdir-gcc401):
./configure --prefix=/usr/local \
I can use a compiler built in any old home directory using this. To run the
results using a new compiler like gcc-4.0.1 when my system compiler is
gcc-3.3.6, I have to do:
Hope that helps,