On Jan 31, 2008 2:55 PM, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> Chris Morgan wrote:
> > I had the same issue with 2.3.2 on linux and likely found the same
> > post that you found. The author provided a patch to solve the problem
> > but there were no apparent replies to the thread.
> If your problem is due to the inability of Date and friends to convert
> themselves to std::string either implicitly or via a str() member
> function, that's fixed in svn now. If it's something else, I'd
> appreciate it if you could dig that post up, because I can't find it.
This is the post I found when I had the problem with a
mysqlpp::DateTime conversion to string implicitly.
Joel is the guy that posted the fix for it. I think his post shows up
on several other mailing list websites but maybe its all the same
list, I didn't look very carefully.