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From:Gleb Paharenko Date:October 21 2005 10:10pm
Subject:Re: Compiling a MySQL Client using Apple's xCode
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Hello.

I'm not familiar with xCode, but usually you should include
libmysqlclient (if you're using C). See:
  http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/mysql-apis.html

I suggest you to make a request to  licensing@stripped in case you want
to include parts of MySQL in your products.


Bruce Martin wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> I have been working on a MySQL client which I wrote in Apple's xCode.
> The client works as long as it is on my machine which has MySQL
> installed, however if I send the client to another computer which does
> not have MySQL installed it does not work. I am under the impression I
> need to include some libs with this client, but which libs and how can I
> do that in xCode?
> 
> Thank you,
> Bruce Martin
> The Martin Solution
> PO Box 644
> Delaware Water Gap, PA
> (570) 421-0670
> bruce@stripped
> 
> 


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Compiling a MySQL Client using Apple's xCodeBruce Martin21 Oct
  • Re: Compiling a MySQL Client using Apple's xCodeGleb Paharenko22 Oct