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From:Matt Dargavel Date:March 29 2007 12:09pm
Subject:RE: Problems with Visual C++
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> Another option is to set the Debug settings so the startup directory is
> one that contains mysqlpp.dll.  This is the path I'm choosing for the
> wforms example I'm in the process of creating (see svn), since the
> relative path to the library is known.
> 

A third option is to use the Environment setting under Debugging to set the
PATH variable to include the path to the dll.



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