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Hi

 

 

In the process of building an application with NOVO, I started having a lot of errors related with header files inclusion..

After some testing I tracked the problem down to the fact that "novo_pic..t..s..p.h" and "novo.h" are not protected against multiple inclusion.

 

As all the other header files in the sourceboost system have this protection; I'm sure this must serve some purpose.

I only would like to know what is this purpose.

 

 

Any enlightement would be very apreciated

 

Best regards

Jorge

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JorgeF,

In the process of building an application with NOVO, I started having a lot of errors related with header files inclusion..

After some testing I tracked the problem down to the fact that "novo_pic..t..s..p.h" and "novo.h" are not protected against multiple inclusion.

 

As all the other header files in the sourceboost system have this protection; I'm sure this must serve some purpose.

I only would like to know what is this purpose.

No special purpose here, this is simply a mistake not to prevent multiple inclusion..

 

Regards

Dave

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Hi

 

The 7.10 release didn't clean this "mistake".

Any chance it will be corrected for the next release, or I'm I going to keep using my personal workaround to it?

 

Not that it is a major problem, its just a minor inconvenience, but is also a minor correction that doesn't take much resources to clean up.

 

 

Best regards

Jorge

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JorgeF,

The 7.10 release didn't clean this "mistake".

This will be corrected in the next release (V7.11).

 

Regards

Dave

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