You actually have to open the .dsw file (Visual C+ 6.0 workspace) the
first time, which also opens all of the .dsp (project files) and then it
is converted by Visual Studio 2005 to a .sln file (Visual C++ 2005
solution), along with a series of .vcproj files (also project files). A
workspace and a solution are conceptually the same thing.
From: Antero Markkanen [mailto:sysmaster@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 12:16 PM
Subject: Re: Visual Studio, linking sample1: Can't open file
Yesterday I made a mistake, when subscribing plusplus mailing list (I
plusplus-plain-digest list). Probably because of that your answer didn't
come to my e-mail, and I can't answer you by replying yor mail.
Warren Young wrote: Do you mean 2.3.2, or are you really using an old
No, I really had older version 2.2.3. I downloaded mysql++-2.2.3.tar.gz
MB, 2007.04.17) from Tangetsoft pages at beginning of June.
Today afternoon I downloaded mysql++-2.3.2.tar.gz (1.6 MB, 2007.07.11)
extracted it by winzip to directory C:\Program Files\MySQL.
Warren Young wrote: Open mysql++.sln in Visual Studio, and let it
the projects to the current format. When you build it, it builds the
library first, and then all of the examples including simple1.
I can't find mysql++.sln or any other .sln files in MySQL++-2.3.2
or in its subdirectories. In Which directory that file should to be? Or
it generated by some other run I ought to run first?
Tomorrow I'm visiting my customer. We will countinue working with this
problen at weekend.