I'm trying to install the MySQL++ 2.0.2 for Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 beta 2.
Like the readme.txt says:
I start the Visual C++ Commdand Line, type makemake vc, But then I get an error a header file isn't found. I found the source of that header using google, and added to my include directory. But then I get an error that another header file is missing. I added that one too, but then again, and again, and again, and again..Before you build the library, make sure the environment variables that Visual C++ needs are set up. Recent versions of the Visual
Studio installer put a special CMD.EXE shortcut in the Start menu
in the same folder as the IDE shortcuts; run this shortcut to
get a command prompt with the variables all set up. The older
way (which still works) is to run the vcvars32 batch file that
comes with the tools. (It may not be in your PATH by default,
so you might have to search your hard drive for it.)
To create the Makefiles, say "makemake vc" in the project's root
directory. You only have to do this once, unless you change
Makefile.base or Makefile.vc. This also starts building the
library and the examples.
But now I'm really tired of adding all those header files.
How can I fix this?