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From:Warren Young Date:March 20 2009 2:09am
Subject:Re: got another error after got another error
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On Mar 19, 2009, at 7:52 PM, Alex Luya wrote:

> lib/mysql++.cpp:34: error: stray '@' in program


You will either have to bootstrap the library on a Unixy machine and  
then copy the source back over to your Windows box, or copy the needed  
generated files (lib/mysql++.h in this case) over from a released  
version of MySQL++.

There are a few other files like this, but none that are actually  
needed to build the library:

	doc/userman/userman.dbx
	install.hta
	lib/Doxyfile
	mysql++.spec

These files all have the current MySQL++ version number in them, and  
are generated from *.in variants of these files by autoconf.  It's  
done this way so I have to change the version number in as few places  
as possible when making a new release.  (It's not down to just one  
place, for technical reasons.  I believe it's just two places now.)
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