On May 22, 2008, at 4:25 PM, support wrote:
> mysql++ isn't much use without the mysql C api...
Are you just wishing it were not so, or were you about to propose some
change that *makes* it not so?
> I want to create a closed source app. I want to use mysql++. I don't
> link to mysql C api or touch it, but mysql++ does.
> I want to include the mysql++ dll and the mysql C api dll with my
> app when I
> distribute it so it 'just works'. I don't mind making the source for
> those available if I have to. I will not allow any of my code to
> GPL or LGPL.
I'm sure you can find a lawyer who is willing to argue that case for
you. For a fee, of course.
> I do not want to spend money.
Something for nothing, eh? :)
Hard cash isn't the only token that'll make this sociolegal carousel
go 'round. If you read the MySQL++ Wishlist, you'll find a plan for
making MySQL++ talk to other databases. If you're willing to work
with us to develop that, it solves your problem.
Just offering it as an option to consider...
> what about the mysql ODBC connector?
I'm sure you can find a better place to ask that question.