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Error after upgrading to 4.1.0-alpha-max-debug LibMySQL.dll missing

Hello programmers

this is my path,

C:\mysql\bin>path
PATH=C:\WINNT\system32;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\System32\ Wbem;C:\mysql\bin

After installing 4.1.0-alpha-max-debug
I try to start winmysqladmin.exe

Then I get this error,

===
Die dynamic link library libmysql.dll wurde nicht im angegebenen Pfad
C:\mysql\bin;.;
C:\WINNT\System32;
C:\WINNT\System;
C:\WINNT;
C:\WINNT\System32;
C:\WINNT;
C:\WINNT\System32\Wbem;
C:\mysql\bin
Gefunden.
===

However I found it in
C:Mysql\lib\debug
And
C:Mysql\lib\opt

What can I do, please ?

I think my path identifier is correct, I simply appended the last
;C:\mysql\bin entry myself and it run fine under 4.1 beta.
Also with support for InnoDB tables.

In english the error means that winmysqladmin.exe can't run
under 4.0.1 alpha,
unfortunately

Is this true ?
When is final release of 4.1.0 scheduled please ?

I highly appreciate and thank you all eternally for
Enabling nested selects like

SELECT article, dealer, price
FROM shop
WHERE price=(SELECT MAX(price) FROM shop)
Which is pure SQL-99 I think, and compatible with oracle sql.

And finally I'd like to know what is "support for named pipes?"

Yours Sincerely
Morten Gulbrandsen

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