Axel Howind wrote:
> it seems to me MySQL++ has come a long way.
Yes, thanks for noticing. ;)
> In our company, a somewhat outdated version has been in use for
> quite some time now and we had lots of problems with it. The team has
> successfully worked its way around these, but I thought it would be
> better to help improve MySQL++ itself.
You've been on the list long enough to see that I don't accept 100% of
all suggestions, not by a long shot. But, I do think I consider them
fairly, so I hope you'll mention any remaining problems you're having.
I'm still doing probably 90% of the work on MySQL++ (the rest being
outside patches accepted with little change), but without the outside
ideas, MySQL++ wouldn't be anywhere near where it is now. I finished
scratching most of my own itches long ago.