On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 7:52 AM, Torsten Mueller <muellerto@...> wrote:
> I made a step forward. Some days ago my Arch Linux announced (as others
> before) officially the change to MariaDB. MySQL will be removed from the
> standard repositories in the next four weeks and replaced my MariaDB. The
> users are told to change their installations. I did this today. Now I have a
> MariaDB server running.
> Then I recompiled POCO (the 1.5.1 pre-release) with real MariaDB client
> headers and libraries which have exactly the same names as in MySQL. As
> hoped this didn't lead to any problems. After this I recompiled my POCO
> application. Until now I couldn't detect any difference in behaviour. The
> only opportunity to see we have a MariaDB server is to ask him about it's
> version ("SELECT version();"), then his answer is "MySQL
> 5.5.30-MariaDB-log". OK, my tests are not representative, I didn't test all
> the capabilities of the POCO Data classes but I'm very confident it runs out
> of the box. You should indeed mention this somewhere in the docs.