On Feb 11, 2011, at 11:38 AM, Jonathan Wakely wrote:
> std::size_t is defined by <cstddef>, so the correct fix if you want to
> use size_t is to explicitly include either <stddef.h> (for ::size_t)
> or <cstddef> (for std::size_t)
I've been holding off on making a change partly to see if this thread produced anything
concrete beyond language lawyerism. :)
Since it seems to be left to me to decide, I've gone with <stddef.h> I have no
better reason for it than having been burned by using the C++ replacements in too-old
compilers which MySQL++ still nevertheless still supports.
Does this work for you, Remi?