--- Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> Warren Young wrote:
> > How many projects that have a Unixy build system
> can you name that do do
> > this? I can't think of any. Even if there are
> some, they're certainly
> > quite rare, which makes me wonder how you have
> come by the expectation
> > that this should be automatic.
> Okay, I see now. I fixed install.bat, and see how
> it lead you to that
> expectation. I think it may indeed have once built
> both a debug and
> release version, but it certainly doesn't now. As I
> said in the
> previous message, there really isn't a good reason
> for it to do that, so
> I just removed any special handling of release
> versions from
> install.bat. Sorry for the confusion.
No problem. You are right in that the contents of the
files are what shaped my first inquiry, and it did
seem like a version slip between the various files
would be the most likely reason for the incosistency,
but I thought it could be worth it to bring the matter
to the attention of the powers.. At least I now know
for sure that mysql++ was built fine.
> > C:\mysql++>resetdb [localhost [dba [dba]]]
> Brackets denote optional parameters. Nesting
> denotes position-sensitive
> parameters. Thus, "[host [user [pass]]]" means that
> all three are
> optional, and if you want to give "user", you must
> give "host" first.
> This is *very* common notation. The fact that you
> don't recognize it
> means you need to do a lot of catching up.
I'm aware that I have quite a bit of catching up to
do:-), I just pasted the call from the help page
thinking that the brackets wouldnt do anything extra
in the cmd prompt. I knew that I would have to specify
all three since I'd need to specify something other
than the default user. And my connection failure
unfortunately persists irregardless of brackets:(
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