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From:Peter Harvey Date:February 5 2002 6:16pm
Subject:Re: MyODBC on Apple Computers
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A binary for the 'older' driver can be found here...

...its an easy install but if you install the GUI stuff then realize 
that it is rough around the edges... you may have to edit the INI files 
by hand.

Some people are working on the making the source work for the new driver.

I would suggest that you use the older version for now and switch to the 
newer version as soon things get ironed out with it.


RDavies@stripped wrote:

> As a long-time user of mySQL/myODBC on Win32, I've recently been asked at
> work to look into the feasibility of designing a few simple productivity
> apps to sit on desktops here at my company. Many of the desktops are Apple
> Macintosh PCs, and I'm just wondering if there is a MyODBC version
> available for the Mac, or if the source edition should work on OS-X.
> I've little/no experience with Linux/Unix so I don't know a great deal
> about compatibilities etc. but if someone tells me it is theoretically
> possbible to get MyODBC running on MacOS or MacOSX then I'lll give it a
> try...
> Russ Davies
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MyODBC on Apple ComputersRDavies5 Feb
  • Re: MyODBC on Apple ComputersPeter Harvey5 Feb