This module tested with Node version v0.2.2.
To build it you must install libmysqlclient library and development files for it. Node-waf use mysql_config to determine the paths to the library and header files. To install these dependencies, you can use the console.
For CentOS: #> yum install mysql-devel
For openSUSE: #> zypper install libmysqlclient-devel
For Debian/Ubuntu: #> apt-get install libmysqlclient-dev
Yes, you would use aptitude if you want.
Build and use
To build the bindings library you should run this command in console: $> node-waf configure build
To rebuild: $> node-waf distclean configure build
To run tests: $> git submodule update --init $> node-waf test
The two files required to use these bindings are ./mysql-libmysqlclient.js and ./mysql_bindings.node (build/default/mysql_bindings.node). Put module directory in your NODE_PATH or copy those two files where you need them.
I will be happy to hear tips from the more experienced programmers. If you are interested in wide MySQL usage in Node.JS applications, leave your comments to the code. I'll be glad to see your forks and commits in them :)
To contribute any patches, simply fork this repository using GitHub and send a pull request to me. Thanks!
You can find other information about contributing and code style guide in wiki.
Author and maintainer. Synchronouse version development. First libeio asynchronouse attempts. Writing tests, docs and so on. All commits.
Make asynchronouse connecting and querying work. Fix segmentation faults, partialy closes #14. Some other fixes. All commits.
Tests and code style fixes. All commits.
Fix segfault error, partialy closes #14. All commits.
Fixing a bug where previous values were set instead of empty, see c4071181404362b60b9d3a3aed9784b25459fffa All commits.
MIT license. See license text in file LICENSE.