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From:Warren Young Date:August 24 2006 3:08am
Subject:Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.
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Gary Anderson wrote:
>  Unhandled exception at 0x104f1795 (msvcp80d.dll) in dbinfo.exe: 
> 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x74616420.  The code 
> broke in the string library.

What exception was thrown?

> Resetdb still errors also:  Unhandled exception at 0x7c81eb33 in 
> resetdb.exe: Microsoft C++ exception: std::bad_alloc at memory location 
> 0x0012ebc0..  This one broke in the new function of new.cpp.

Someone reported that this sort of thing would happen with the brandest 
newest MySQL.  Try rolling back to 5.0.22.
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Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson21 Aug
  • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Carlos Flores22 Aug
    • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson22 Aug
  • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Warren Young22 Aug
    • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Carlos Flores22 Aug
    • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson22 Aug
      • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Warren Young24 Aug
    • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson22 Aug
      • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Warren Young24 Aug
        • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson24 Aug
          • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Warren Young24 Aug
        • Re: Still having pointer problems with mysqlpp examples.Gary Anderson25 Aug