On Jan 6, 2009, at 12:39 AM, Ryan Rosario wrote:
> mysqlpp::ResUse res = query.use();
It appears you're using an old version of MySQL++. It's possible that
there was a bug in it which was fixed in a later version.
Try moving up to at least the latest point release within the minor
one you're using now. Better, move up to the last minor release in
the major series you're using now. For instance, go from 2.0.3 to
2.0.7 (last 2.0.x release) or 2.3.2 (last 2.x release). If you're on
some 2.x release, you shouldn't have to change anything in your code
to make the upgrade. Assuming you're using dynamic linkage, you don't
even have to recompile your program to get it to use the new library
when staying within a major version, though it is recommended.
Changing major versions will take some work, but may still be worth
it, as the library was greatly cleaned up and enhanced with each major
release. 3.0 has been out long enough now that it should be quite