Re: Error C2535 With vector ("member function already defined")

"Tom Widmer [VC++ MVP]" <>
Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:19:11 +0100
Swen Johnson wrote:

I'm unable to compile the most trivial program using a vector with Visual
Studio 2003 (version 7.1.3008).

It worked fine with 6.0.

#include "StdAfx.h"
#include <vector>

class MyTest
    MyTest(void) {};
    ~MyTest(void) {};

static void func () {
    std::vector<MyTest> myVec;
    MyTest myTest;

------ Build started: Project: VectorTest, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------

c:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\Vc7\include\xmemory(87) :
error C2535: 'std::allocator<_Ty>::pointer
std::allocator<_Ty>::address(std::allocator<_Ty>::reference) const' : member
function already defined or declared
            _Ty=const MyTest

That error is interesting, since in my VC2003, line 87 of <xmemory> does
not include any mention of the address member function. What does your
line 87 (and surrounding lines) say? It is also very strange that you
are managing to trigger creation of std::allocator<const MyTest>, rather
than just std::allocator<MyTest> (which would not cause the error you
are seeing). There has to be something severely messed up with your
header configuration.


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