Subject: [boost] [UUID] uuid.hpp ODR violation and Ctrl-M pollution
From: Mostafa (mostafa_working_away_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-20 10:47:10
1) It seems that some namespace function definitions in uuid.hpp violate
the ODR, specifically the ones lacking inline keyword. This is one of
the errors I get using Apple's g++-4.0 when including uuid.hpp in two
different source files:
ld: duplicate symbol boost::uuids::operator>=(boost::uuids::uuid const&,
If I add inline to the aforementioned function definitions, then the
linker errors go away, which makes since.
After some digging around, this issue was discussed beginning with:
but seems to have cropped back up.
Examples are: "uuid/boost/uuid/uuid_io.hpp" and the files under
"uuid/libs/uuid/test/"2) Also some files in the package are
pseudo-randomly sprinkled with Ctrl-M characters, as if someone edited
them with two different editors..
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