[freetds] FreeTDS dbwillconvert discrepancy
Joseph W. Losco
joe at sqpuv.com
Fri Dec 12 10:14:03 EST 2008
I thought that I had to change the DBBOOL to an DBINT, however when I
went back and looked at the files that I compiled to get to work, I
remembered that it was a fresh extract, other than one change. I did
have to add the && !defined(OBJC_BOOL_DEFINED) so that the bool would
not be defined twice in a different way in the sybdb.h header file
(which I had done before and it still did not work). The only other
thing I did was ./configure differently. I think the first time all I
did was ./configure and let the defaults do their work. The second
time I found some options online that were recommended.
The result was
./configure --with-tdsver=8.0 --enable-msdblib --disable-libiconv --
disable-odbc --disable-apps --disable-server --disable-pool was the
configure that let it work with cocoa. I'm not sure what was
different from my initial install, but nonetheless it worked :)
Thanks again for your help. And I'm actually relieved that there
doesn't need to be a change from DBBOOL to DBINT.
Joseph W. Losco (mailto:joe at sqpuv.com)
Superior Quartz Products, Inc. www.sqpuv.com
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On Dec 11, 2008, at 9:38 AM, James K. Lowden wrote:
> Joseph W. Losco wrote:
>>> the solution might be to define the function as returning DBINT
>>> instead of DBBOOL. Or something like that.
>> I just reread this to check if I missed anything and indeed I did.
>> I would change the header file to be a DBINT instead of a DBBOOL, I
>> would then have to change the .c file also and recompile correct?
> Yes, that's right.
>> so, then I'll have to do some tinkering to figure out how to compile
>> the code as a OS X framework.
> I'm interested to hear the outcome. :-)
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