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25.2.12. C API Embedded Server Function Descriptions

If you want to allow your application to be linked against the embedded MySQL server library, you must use the mysql_server_init() and mysql_server_end() functions. See Section 25.1, “libmysqld, the Embedded MySQL Server Library”.

However, to provide improved memory management, even programs that are linked with -lmysqlclient rather than -lmysqld should include calls to begin and end use of the library. The mysql_library_init() and mysql_library_end() functions can be used to do this. These actually are #define symbols that make them equivalent to mysql_server_init() and mysql_server_end(), but the names more clearly indicate that they should be called when beginning and ending use of a MySQL C API library no matter whether the application uses libmysqlclient or libmysqld. For more information, see Section 25.2.2, “C API Function Overview”.


 
 
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