But the same code has been working without problems before the libstdc++6
was updated. But any suggestions how to fix it?? Or avoid it?? Should I use
the other constructor for a Query?? It's pretty obvious I have to create a
query to get the data from the MySQL server.
2011/8/19 Jonathan Wakely <mysql@stripped>
> On 19 August 2011 15:10, Linda Messerschmidt wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 7:18 AM, Ina J. <inarvaj@stripped> wrote:
> >> The complain is coming from this line of my code:
> >> mysqlpp::Query q = connection.query("SELECT * from Meter");
> >> and the connection has been connected successfully earlier.
> > I believe this is not correct. Assigning something with a basic_ios
> > inside never works.
> That isn't an assignment, it's a copy construction.
> > Try:
> > mysqlpp::Query q(connection.query("SELECT * from Meter"));
> This is exactly equivalent.
> The error seems to indicate a race condition in the initialization of
> the std::ios_base base class. I've seen someone report a similar
> error in that libstdc++ code before, but I think it's correct (I can't
> see a problem anyway) so it could be user error, but I'm not sure.