I absolutely agree! The developer in question is no longer here so I
cannot find out what his intention with having made this change. I did
download v3.2.0 but ran into compile issue with VS 2005. Have there been
any changes between v3.1.0 and v3.2.0 with respect to compatibility with VS
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On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 12:25 PM, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> On 11/25/2013 09:41, Jake Colman wrote:
>> Interestingly, that is not the case in the copy of connection.h that I am
>> working with.
>> Connection(bool te = false);
> Download a fresh copy of MySQL++ 3.1.0, and observe that it didn't ship
> that way.
> Your local MySQL++ sources have been changed, which may have legal
> implications for you under the LGPL. I recommend that you revert your
> local changes to the as-shipped state. Make any needed changes to the
> library by overriding, rather than hacking the sources directly.
> Legal issues aside, it's not good for your local library behavior to
> differ from the documented API.
> You might even decide this is a good excuse to upgrade to MySQL++ 3.2.0.
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