> RPM says otherwise. I believe RPM. Ask it yourself:
> rpm -q mysql++
[root@Linux3 ~]# rpm -q mysql++
rpm shows I have the mysql++-2.3.2-1 rpm installed.
I would like to point out the = sign in the dependency:
> [root@Linux3 pub]# rpm -ihv mysql++-devel-2.3.2-1.el5.i386.rpm
> error: Failed dependencies:
> mysql++=2.3.2-1 is needed by mysql++-devel-2.3.2-1.i386
Isn't the convention a '-' there? I don't have mysql++=2.3.2-1 I have
mysql++-2.3.2-1 I'm pretty sure its just a typo when the rpm was made,
the - and = are right next to each other on the keyboard.
Of course i could be totally wrong.
Thanks for your help,