> This appears to be a bug in the gcc C++ headers. mysql++
> doesn't use C time functions, and as the include list shows,
> they are being included indirectly through stdexcept.
> You might try upgrading the compiler, or you can hack the
> source to include <time.h> manually, before anything else.
It appears that you may have been right Chris. I tried building on another
SunOS box and got the same results, so I built gcc version 4.0.1 and that
error went away. I immeadiately ran into two more issues however:
connection.cpp: In member function 'void
mysqlpp::Connection::enable_ssl(const char*, const char*, const char*, const
char*, const char*)':
connection.cpp:589: error: 'mysql_ssl_set' was not declared in this scope
make: *** [connection.lo] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/usr1/dtb26/dave_work/mysql++-2.0.6/lib'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/usr1/dtb26/dave_work/mysql++-2.0.6'
make: *** [all] Error 2
The only mysql_ssl_set(...) in mysql.h is defined as:
int STDCALL mysql_ssl_set(MYSQL *mysql, const char *key,
const char *cert, const char *ca,
const char *capath);
#endif /* HAVE_OPENSSL */
Yours has an extra char*, is there another definition somewhere I am
Connection::enable_ssl(const char* key, const char* cert,
const char* ca, const char* capath, const char* cipher)
mysql_ssl_set(&mysql_, key, cert, ca, capath, cipher);
I don't plan to use ssl, and the code will compile if I comment out this
call. Would that effect anything else that I am not aware of? Taking out
the extra arg didn't help, the error remained the same.
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