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From:Tim Stewart Date:April 5 2006 4:06pm
Subject:Re: Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.h
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My companies products all are built under Visual C++ 2003.  We will
eventually upgrade to 2005 but it hasn't happened yet.

On 4/5/06, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
>
> Tim Stewart wrote:
> >
> > I had hoped to use the sql_create_X macros.
>
> Please re-read what I wrote, and the v2.1.0 change log entry.  This new
> feature only makes it possible to use SSQLS in broader contexts than
> before.  If you cannot use the feature, you get to use SSQLS with the
> same limitations that we dealt with on all platforms.
>
> > Do I need to upgrade to Visual C++ 2005?
>
> Well, plainly there are compensations. :)
>
> I'm curious: why aren't you on MSDN?  I ask only to more broadly
> understand the situation of the MySQL++ user base.
>
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Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.hTim Stewart3 Apr
  • Re: Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.hWarren Young5 Apr
    • Re: Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.hTim Stewart5 Apr
      • Re: Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.hWarren Young5 Apr
        • Re: Visual C++ 7.1. compiler error when including custom.hTim Stewart5 Apr