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Re: mysqlc (was RE: php-mysql-cygwin how to)
On Tue, 8 Jul 2003, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
> Hello Elfyn,
> >> I'm not so worried about the server to be honest... It's only the
> >> readline-based client that uses that nasty B19 dll which is what I want to
> >> get rid of cleanly.
> >> Although having said that, I don't think MySQL 4.1 Alpha ships with the
> >> dodgy dll -- not sure what they've done, haven't investigated it properly
> >> yet.
> Weird, it should really be compiled and included with the netrelease.
> >>> All it needs is a straight
> >>> ./configure --without-server --prefix=/usr
> >>> make; make install
> >> Wicked, will give that a go.
> > I decided to drop what I'm working on and play with MySQL this afternoon ;-)
> > If all goes well and I can get everything par the server working I'll see if
> > it/they (client and libs) would be accepted as packages..then tackle the server.
> The server will build fine and I was also able to run the tests, but
> most of the time all tests are failing, but sometimes one or another
> succeeds. Please relibtoolize before configuring, else there will be no
> shared libraries.
Already done :-)
> I can send you my patches this evening (for the 4.1.0-alpha version).
They'd be useful, so sure, but I was hesatant about 4.0 let alone 4.1 . I'm
still thinking about using 3.23 .
> The server:
> Well, you should play with the server using cygwin-1.5! 1.3.22 is
> broken (in the relevant socket part), like it is a mess with apache too.
1.5, t'is the only way :-)
Elfyn McBratney, EMCB
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