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From: Hans-Bernhard Broeker <broeker AT physik DOT rwth-aachen DOT de>
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Subject: Re: Rhide: multiple definition problem
Date: 29 Apr 2002 09:16:32 GMT
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Jorg <Jorg DOT Daniels AT pandora DOT be> wrote:

> The problem is: I always get multiple definition errors of all my functions,
> classes and main(). Here is my post to comp.lang.c++, and the answer:

You've omitted the crucial part of the info needed to answer this.
The previous answer from c.l.c++ said you're using your compiler (or
IDE, in your case RHIDE) wrongly --- but you don't give the slightest
hint how you *did* use it.  What exactly did you do in RHIDE?

The usual reason for this kind of error is to list both the .cpp and
the .o files in your RHIDE project --- don't do that.  The .o files
don't belong in there.

A side issue: I'm totally at a loss what you think your "m.h" is going
to achieve.  It's completely useless as it is.  You may as well get
rid of both the file itself and all the lines #include'ing it.




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