Friday, 31 October 2008

C++: Restoring the meaning of a name

I have updated a previous blog entry about a C++ name-scope issue with a solution.

Thanks to the commenter jd who provided the solution.

4 comments:

jd said...

Hmm, must change that nickname.

I hit the same problem when I tried compiling our software on 4.3. The solution was found by spending quite a while wading through the gcc mailing lists.

One post asked whether the error was an intentional change because he couldn't see why from the standard. The reply was "Yes" (paraphrased), very helpful. :-(

JD - Jon Dye (fellow Cambridge based ACCU member)

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