[freetds] dbdatecrack producing erroneous results
ken at metaskills.net
Tue Apr 24 14:04:58 EDT 2012
Or force your program to use what you want it to use no matter how FreeTDS is compiled.
From my README on the project.
I want to configure FreeTDS using --enable-msdblib and/or --enable-sybase-compat so it works for my database. Cool? It's a waste of time and totally moot! Client libraries like TinyTDS define their own C structure names where they diverge from Sybase to SQL Server. Technically we use the Sybase structures which does not mean we only work with that database vs SQL Server. These configs are just a low level default for C libraries that do not define what they want. So I repeat, you do not NEED to use any of these, nor will they hurt anything since we control what C structure names we use and this has no affect on what database you use!
On Apr 24, 2012, at 1:35 PM, Frediano Ziglio wrote:
> You should try the --enable-msdblib option.
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