From: Andy (atompkins_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-31 13:42:59
"Martin Bonner" <Martin.Bonner_at_[hidden]> wrote in
> From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] on behalf of Peter Dimov
> Sent: Thu 31/05/2007 18:04
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Subject: Re: [boost] [guid] - review results? - inline missing
> Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
>> You need to add an explicit 'inline' specifier to any function
>> defined out of class but in a header, regardless if it's a
>> templatized function or not.
> I don't think that this is true.
> <end quote>
> Why don't you think this is true?
> If you have the same function defined in two translation units
> (because it is dragged into both via #include), it's a violation of
> the One Definition Rule unless the definitions have inline.
< snip >
I don't know what is correct by the standard, or what is correct to do
to ensure that all comilers will be able to compile it.
But, I included uuid.hpp (from uuid_v9.zip that I just uploaded to the
vault) in two different complication units (and called some of the
templated functions). The templated functions do not have the inline
keyword and I don't get a complication error using visual studio .NET.
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