From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-04 18:30:56
Make your function "inline" either explicitly or by including
the definition in the member function declaration.
This is not my favorite method.
leave the declarations in the header - but move the definitions
to a *.cpp file. Use explicit instantiation to generate code
for all the archives you plan to use or for polymorphic archive.
This is my preferred method.
Deane Yang wrote:
> I am using the CVS version tagged RC_1_34_0.
> I put all the BOOST_CLASS_EXPORT statements into a header file that
> also contains all the serialization functions. This header is
> included by two separate .cpp files, each of which implements the
> loading and saving of archives for a different subset of the classes
> that can be serialized.
> These are all compiled into a single DLL.
> All of this compiles under VC8.0 (but I have not yet verified that it
> runs properly).
> But when linking with gcc (in Linux), I get multiple definition errors
> when linking.
> What's the best way to deal with this? (assuming that this is a
> that you recognize and know how to fix)
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