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Version 1.7.9 of the MySQL++ API released

Version 1.7.9 of the MySQL++ API released

By Jeremy Reed (Send Email)
Posted May 23, 2001


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A new version of MySQL++, version 1.7.9, is now available from the www.mysql.com site. It is mainly a bug-fix release.

Mysql++ is a complex C++ API for MySQL and soon other SQL databases. The goal of this API is too make working with queries as easy as working with other STL containers. MySQL++ contains many generic classes that can be used with other programs. MySQL++ is a C++ API for MySQL and soon other SQL databases. Version 1.7.9 is mainly a bug-fix release.

The 1.7.9 changes include:

  • Fixed a serious bug in Connection constructor when reading MySQL options;
  • Improved copy constructor and some other methods in Result / ResUse;
  • Many other minor improvements;
  • Produced a complete manual with chapter 5 included;
  • Updated documentation, including a Postscript format;
The MySQL++ API webpage is at http://www.mysql.com/downloads/api-mysql++.html.

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