Hey all, I am sort of new to C++ (as in i read "Teach Yourself C++ in 21
days) and even newer to MySQL. I have had reasonable success working with
the stock MySQL C API but it is rather clunky and I would prefer to to use
the MySQL++ wrapper. My problem is that when I try to compile anything
that uses the my_global.h header I get a handful of macro redefintion errors
(redefinition of isnan, rint, etc..) and many other warnings. The problem
as far as I can tell is that my_global.h calls for the inclusion of both the
config-win.h (from MySQL++ ) and the math.h (standard C++) header files.
Config-win.h seems to contain slight variations on many macros and functions
already defined by math.h and many many problems ensue. Why does config-win
have these redefinitions and what can I do to resolve this?
My set up:
Windows XP professional
Dev C++ version 126.96.36.199 with MySQL and MySQL++ packages installed
any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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