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+mhawke I am looking for a returned value of a UTF-8 string. The binary is initially a string, and I want to be able to convert that binary, into a UTF-8 string. Please ask me if you need more clarification! – Dan Nov 11 '16 at The default location for binary log files and the binary log index file is the data directory. You can use the --log-bin option to specify an alternative location, by adding a leading absolute path name to the base name to specify a different directory. Once the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project. Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables. Linux, macOS, UNIX. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for some UNIX platforms. One may alternatively download.

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Once the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project. Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables. Linux, macOS, UNIX. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for some UNIX platforms. One may alternatively download. Use the DESTDIR option to change the target directory: scons DESTDIR=alternative_directory install Cmake. To use cmake run cmake. in the root directory. This overwrites the existing Makefile. Use -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON to enable the compilation of shared libraries. Note that . +mhawke I am looking for a returned value of a UTF-8 string. The binary is initially a string, and I want to be able to convert that binary, into a UTF-8 string. Please ask me if you need more clarification! – Dan Nov 11 '16 at

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Once the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project. Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables. Linux, macOS, UNIX. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for some UNIX platforms. One may alternatively download. There's an option to print trees with diagonal branches (using slash and backslash characters) or with horizontal branches (using ascii box drawing characters). The latter is more compact and makes tree levels more visually clear. +mhawke I am looking for a returned value of a UTF-8 string. The binary is initially a string, and I want to be able to convert that binary, into a UTF-8 string. Please ask me if you need more clarification! – Dan Nov 11 '16 at

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+mhawke I am looking for a returned value of a UTF-8 string. The binary is initially a string, and I want to be able to convert that binary, into a UTF-8 string. Please ask me if you need more clarification! – Dan Nov 11 '16 at The default location for binary log files and the binary log index file is the data directory. You can use the --log-bin option to specify an alternative location, by adding a leading absolute path name to the base name to specify a different directory. Use the DESTDIR option to change the target directory: scons DESTDIR=alternative_directory install Cmake. To use cmake run cmake. in the root directory. This overwrites the existing Makefile. Use -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON to enable the compilation of shared libraries. Note that .

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Once the binary is installed, run it on CMake as you would any other project. Typically this means selecting CMake as the Source directory and then selecting a binary directory for the resulting executables. Linux, macOS, UNIX. There are pre-compiled binaries available on the Download page for some UNIX platforms. One may alternatively download. +mhawke I am looking for a returned value of a UTF-8 string. The binary is initially a string, and I want to be able to convert that binary, into a UTF-8 string. Please ask me if you need more clarification! – Dan Nov 11 '16 at Use the DESTDIR option to change the target directory: scons DESTDIR=alternative_directory install Cmake. To use cmake run cmake. in the root directory. This overwrites the existing Makefile. Use -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON to enable the compilation of shared libraries. Note that .