gary clark wrote:
> Well you need to install mysql....
Two further points:
1. You need to install the full version of MySQL, not just "the
essentials". You might even need to go into the custom install options
to enable installation of the development files, depending on the
version of MySQL you have.
2. The project files shipped with MySQL++ expect the MySQL development
files to be in a particular place. Unfortunately, MySQL keeps changing
their default install directory, so I change the project files to chase
the change. Either check the project settings to see where your version
of MySQL++ expects its MySQL to be before reinstalling MySQL, or change
the project's link and include file location settings to match where
MySQL actually is on your machine.