[fpc-pascal]sockets and mysql problems with fpc on Windows 95

Mirek Novak mirek.novak at auto.cz
Thu Aug 23 08:40:22 CEST 2001


I can say only something to your MySQL problem - there can be 2 reasons (IMHO)
 - incompatible (defferent) versions of libmysql.dll and your mysql.pas
 - wrong function calling convention in mysql.pas

for the 1st problem check yourself whether you have correct versions of client lib / pascal
the 2nd problem - on win32 platform functions must be declared as stdcall instead of cdecl on
linux platform

Mirek Novak

Fernando Lozano píše:

> Hi there!
> I tried some somple sockets and mysql programs on Windows 95 and Windows
> 98, using fpc-1.0.4. They work great on Linux, but not on Windows.
> The sockets program gets garbage from the socket, although when run from
> inside gdbpasw it gets the correct data. The mysql program aborts on
> error 103 (file not open) at any writeln procedure call after the
> connection is estabilished. Again, if I run under gdbpasw I can see it
> gets the correct data from mysql, but this time it aborts also under
> gdbpasw.
> Any hint? It's a problem with the OS or should I try a 1.1 shapshopt?
> The programs are attached so you can test them. leweb1.pas is the
> sockets program and testdb.pas is the mysql one.
> PS: Any hope to get 1.0.6 fixing these and other problems?
> []s, Fernando Lozano
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                  Name: leweb1.pas
>    leweb1.pas    Type: Delphi Source File (application/x-unknown-content-type-DelphiUnit)
>              Encoding: base64
>                  Name: testdb.pas
>    testdb.pas    Type: Delphi Source File (application/x-unknown-content-type-DelphiUnit)
>              Encoding: base64
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