The most recent stable release of MariaDB Connector/C is:
MariaDB Connector/C 2.3.2
|18 Jan 2017||MariaDB Connector/C 3.0.1||Beta||Release Notes||Changelog|
|20 Jan 2016||MariaDB Connector/C 3.0.0||Alpha||Release Notes|
|18 Jan 2017||MariaDB Connector/C 2.3.2||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|4 Aug 2016||MariaDB Connector/C 2.3.1||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|1 Jul 2016||MariaDB Connector/C 2.3.0||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|26 Apr 2016||MariaDB Connector/C 2.2.3||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|9 Dec 2015||MariaDB Connector/C 2.2.2||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|18 Nov 2015||MariaDB Connector/C 2.2.1||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|29 Sep 2015||MariaDB Connector/C 2.2.0||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|29 Jan 2015||MariaDB Connector/C 2.1.0||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|2 Apr 2014||MariaDB Client Library for C 2.0.0||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
|29 Nov 2012||MariaDB Client Library for C 1.0.0||Stable (GA)||Release Notes||Changelog|
MariaDB Connector/C is used to connect applications developed in C/C++ to MariaDB and MySQL databases.The client library is LGPL licensed.
Parts of MariaDB Connector/C are derived from PHP's mysqlnd extension and the original LGPL MySQL client library for MySQL 3.23. The rest of the code is written by developers at MariaDB Corporation Ab.
API - function reference
MariaDB Connector/C has exactly the same API as the MySQL Connector/C for MySQL 5.5
The function reference is available at:
- MariaDB Client Library for C API Functions
- MariaDB Client Library for C API Prepared Statement Functions
It is also downloadable in html format from https://mariadb.org/files/mariadb-client-doc.zip
Obtaining the driver
The driver is downloaded from: https://downloads.mariadb.org/connector-c/
The source code is available on Github: https://github.com/MariaDB/mariadb-connector-c
Known bugs and limitations
- double to string conversion for prepared statements doesn't work correctly
GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
For licensing questions, see the Licensing FAQ.