ok, now we already migrate our C++ compiler to icc 9.0, is it support
MySQL++ 2.1.1?if not, which version is available?
>From: Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped>
>To: MySQL++ Mailing List <plusplus@stripped>
>Subject: Re: how to install mysql++
>Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 17:12:47 -0700
>Ooi Wai Weiy wrote:
>>what you mean by either of sorce packages?
>Have you visited http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/ ? Right up at the top, in
>the section "Source Code", you will find two packages. One is a .tar.gz
>file, the other is a .src.rpm file. Pick one. If you can't decide between
>them, we are not set up here to teach you how. Join a Unix/Linux
>programming mailing list or something.
>>related department in my company and they open a server for me. and i
>>found out that they don't install MySQL++, just only MySQL C API.
>This list is only for MySQL++ questions. Questions about the C API belong
>on the main MySQL list.
>>my g++ version is 2.95.3? can i donwload the related MySQL++ online and
>>install it? which version of MySQL++ should i install?
>The only version that will work out of the box with that compiler is the
>ancient v1.7.9 version, but I really wouldn't recommend it to a new user.
>I only keep that around for people who have old code they still need to
>support, so they already know the old MySQL++ quirks and problems. If you
>cannot upgrade to a reasonably modern version of GCC, I would recommend
>that you stick to the C API.
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