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Sat 25 Feb 2012

Database Access Clients

Category : Technology/databseAccessClientsFeb2012.txt

I've built new versions of our database access clients, based on the source for the very latest versions of SQLite3 and PostgreSQL, i.e., versions 3.7.10 and 9.1.2, respectively.

The recalcitrant one is MySQL. I can build a new libmysqlclient from source (downloaded from the MySQL Connector/C web page), including making fat i386/x86_64 and i386/armv6/armv7 universal libraries.

The problem comes when I'm running it, and calling mysql_init(); I get all sorts of NSAutoReleasePool errors (autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking).

I can't believe I can't find anything on the web. Surely, I'm not the only one seeing this. Or it's something so simple that I have missed.

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