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From:Warren Young Date:April 13 2011 1:34am
Subject:Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation Fault
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On 4/12/2011 6:52 PM, Karl Kloppenborg wrote:
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> I am not 100% sure what you mean by that, could you elaborate please?

First, please don't top-post to a list of this sort.

A: Yes
Q: Are you sure?
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?

As to why we want a program that will compile, it's because a) your code 
won't, outside the larger program from which it was extracted; and b) 
while it looks well-formed, the fact that we cannot compile it, execute 
it and see the problem ourselves means what you've posted isn't actually 
a complete problem report.

That is to say, your problem probably lies outside of what you posted.

Reassure yourself of this by running the examples.
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MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultKarl Kloppenborg13 Apr
  • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultMickael Wolff13 Apr
    • RE: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultKarl Kloppenborg13 Apr
      • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultWarren Young13 Apr
        • RE: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultKarl Kloppenborg13 Apr
          • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultWarren Young13 Apr
            • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultTomalak Geret'kal13 Apr
              • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultDino Korah13 Apr
              • Re: MySQL++ Storein() Segmentation FaultRuben Safir14 Apr