Re: Base class undefined

Ulrich Eckhardt <>
Wed, 11 Jun 2008 10:48:08 +0200
Jack wrote:

First off, please don't scream at me because I did not write this code :)
Q: Then who wrote it?
A: Discreet

You posted it, so you are responsible for it. In particular you could have
reduced it to a minimal example. Oh, and you could have cleaned it up, too,
which should be the first step when you have any issues with code.

class IAssignVertexColors : public FPStaticInterface {
 typedef struct {
 } Options;
class IAssignVertexColors_R7 : public IAssignVertexColors {
 class Options2: public Options < C2504 'Options' : base class undefined
(VC++ 6)

So please help, should I just overwrite the original source code or add a
"friend" on that line?

What do you think a friend is give you and on which line? Rather, refer
directly to the baseclass' Options class instead, i.e. '..public


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