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From: eplmst AT lu DOT erisoft DOT se (Martin Stromberg)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: inline
Date: 29 Aug 2002 08:24:44 GMT
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Rafal 'Raf256' Maj (rafal AT raf256 DOT com) wrote:
: I have project with several files. When class is in .h (declaration) and in 
: .cpp (definition) - then I can not use inline methods. 

: i.e:

: --- test.h ---
: class cTest {
:   public :
:     inline void fun();
: };
: --- test.cpp ---    
: inline void cTest::fun() { /* ... */  }

: If I try to use cTest::fun() somwhere then linker reports like :

: Error: main.o: In function `main':
: main.cpp(61) Error: undefined reference to `cMonoBmp::PutPx(int, int, 
: bool)'
: Error: collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
: There were some errors

Well, what do you expect? How can the compiler inline anything without
the definition? Put the code into the .h file.

(Note that I don't do C++, though.)



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