On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 7:39 PM, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> On Jul 6, 2011, at 3:21 PM, Ana Johnson wrote:
>>> The only reason it isn't released is that it contains an ABI breakage w.r.t.
>> is the problem documented?
> The easiest way to zero in on it that I know of is to use this:
> On running it, you will see that the ABI changed incompatibly between 3.0.9 and
> 3.1.0. I suspect it's due to changes in ConnectionPool. The desired end point
> is to get back to the 3.0.9 ABI so that 3.1.1 can be safely rolled out in binary repos
> (Fedora, Ubuntu...) that currently ship 3.0.9.
I grabbed a copy of the SVN archive. I don't see a simple way to
check out a copy of the code that would correspond to version 3.0.9.
(It's been a while since I used SVN.) I assume the last patch checked
in corresponds to 3.1.1? How do I figure out the SVN revision numbers
relate to the library version number?