Ok, that was just the answer I was expecting: I'm lacking C++ skills. Which may result
from heavy experience in PHP ^^
Thanks a lot! You've opened my eyes to some extent, and I'm going forward now...
>Von: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped]
>Gesendet: Montag, 15. Dezember 2008 17:26
>An: MySQL++ Mailing List
>Betreff: Re: Compiling my own project
>> const char* dbHost;
>This does not do what you think it does. It declares an
>indeterminately-sized array of pointers to const char, not a pointer to
>const char, a.k.a. a C string.
>I could guide you to a C-like fix, but since you're making such a point
>of using C++, I have to ask, why aren't you using std::string?
>If you have more questions like this, please take it up in some C++
>> mysqlpp::Connection dbConn(dbName, dbHost, dbUser, dbPass, dbPort);
>This also doesn't do what you think it does. You will learn what's
>wrong with this on a C++ programming forum, too.
>> catch(mysqlpp::ConnectionFailed connFailedEx)
>Always catch exceptions by const reference unless you have a specific
>reason not to.
>In addition to repeating the above suggestion, I suggest you get and
>read _Effective C++_, _More Effective C++_, and _Effective STL_, all by
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