Re: Forward class redefinition problem
I have the following problem
The below class is fully defined in the header file thus there's no
.cpp-file. The header-file is included in several lib's I'm using.
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class CCriticalSectionGuard ;
You don't need a forward-declaration for a friend declaration, IIRC.
friend class CCriticalSectionGuard ;
Now I use this class in several other classes but when I compile the
compiler (Visual Studio 2005) gives me the following error statement:
error C2011: 'CCriticalSection' : 'class' type redefinition
WHERE? I mean, on which line with the word 'CCriticalSection'? You
got at least three of them here.
Thinking of it I get this when I try to compile into a .dll but not
DLLs are off-topic, sorry.
when I compile into a .lib (which I use in the .dll-file) and they
basically uses the same libs. Anyone got any inputs?
Somebody in the newsgroup where DLLs are on topic should.
I've checked the following things: there's no duplicate files in any
include paths, there's no duplication of the class name in any other
include file. All project headers starts with the #pragma once
directive (thus adding #ifndef wont help - I've tried that as
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