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c++ - documentation: "namespace 'Foo' does not enclose '?0' of namespace 'Foo'"

reply Scott Michel <scottm cs.ucla.edu> writes:
I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered it.
I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the basic
jist of it is as follows:

namespace Foo
{
  class Layer
  {
  public:
    Layer();
    virtual ~Layer();
  };
};

namespace Foo
{
  Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
  {
   // various initialization code
  }
}

Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
hack around it?


-scooter
Jan 14 2004
next sibling parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.us> writes:
What is the error you are getting?
I am pretty sure I have this in code several times and no problems 
what-so-ever...




Scott Michel wrote:
 I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered it.
 I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the basic
 jist of it is as follows:
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   class Layer
   {
   public:
     Layer();
     virtual ~Layer();
   };
 };
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
   {
    // various initialization code
   }
 }
 
 Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
 hack around it?
 
 
 -scooter

-- ManiaC++ Jan Knepper But as for me and my household, we shall use Mozilla... www.mozilla.org
Jan 14 2004
next sibling parent reply Scott Michel <scottm cs.ucla.edu> writes:
Jan Knepper wrote:

 What is the error you are getting?
 I am pretty sure I have this in code several times and no problems
 what-so-ever...

The subject string is the exact error message I'm getting. It just so happens that the namespace isn't "Foo", it's "FLAPPS". And the code is similar to what I have (except it's a little more complex.) namespace 'FLAPPS' does not enclose '?0' of namespace 'FLAPPS' -scooter
 Scott Michel wrote:
 I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered
 it. I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the
 basic jist of it is as follows:
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   class Layer
   {
   public:
     Layer();
     virtual ~Layer();
   };
 };
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
   {
    // various initialization code
   }
 }
 
 Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
 hack around it?
 
 
 -scooter


Jan 14 2004
parent Scott Michel <scottm cs.ucla.edu> writes:
Scott Michel wrote:

 Jan Knepper wrote:
 
 What is the error you are getting?
 I am pretty sure I have this in code several times and no problems
 what-so-ever...

The subject string is the exact error message I'm getting. It just so happens that the namespace isn't "Foo", it's "FLAPPS". And the code is similar to what I have (except it's a little more complex.) namespace 'FLAPPS' does not enclose '?0' of namespace 'FLAPPS' -scooter

I could post the listing file, at the risk of polluting the newsgroup with my code. If it would help... -scooter
Jan 14 2004
prev sibling parent Scott Michel <scottm cs.ucla.edu> writes:
Here's the compiler's output. I tried to get a sane listing file, but it's
incomplete.

sc -Ae -Ar -mn -C -WD -S -Ns -R -ND -5 -a8 -c -gf -gp -DFLAPPSDLL_EXPORTS
-DDLL_EXPORTS -D_DLL -I\dm\stlport\stlport -I. -I.\include -I.\sprng2.
\include -o.\build\flappslayer.obj SRC\flappslayer.cxx 
Error: D:\USERS\SCOTTM\PLAY\FLAPPS-JNI\SRC\flappslayer.cxx(60): namespace
'FLAPPS' does not enclose member '?0' of namespace 'FLAPPS'
Error: D:\USERS\SCOTTM\PLAY\FLAPPS-JNI\SRC\flappslayer.cxx(69): namespace
'FLAPPS' does not enclose member '?0' of namespace 'FLAPPS'
Error: D:\USERS\SCOTTM\PLAY\FLAPPS-JNI\SRC\flappslayer.cxx(79): namespace
'FLAPPS' does not enclose member '?R' of namespace 'FLAPPS'
Error: D:\USERS\SCOTTM\PLAY\FLAPPS-JNI\SRC\flappslayer.cxx(87): namespace
'FLAPPS' does not enclose member '?R' of namespace 'FLAPPS'
Fatal Error: D:\USERS\SCOTTM\PLAY\FLAPPS-JNI\SRC\flappslayer.cxx(99): too
many errors
Lines Processed: 53222  Errors: 5  Warnings: 0
Build failed


Jan Knepper wrote:

 What is the error you are getting?
 I am pretty sure I have this in code several times and no problems
 what-so-ever...
 
 
 
 
 Scott Michel wrote:
 I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered
 it. I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the
 basic jist of it is as follows:
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   class Layer
   {
   public:
     Layer();
     virtual ~Layer();
   };
 };
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
   {
    // various initialization code
   }
 }
 
 Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
 hack around it?
 
 
 -scooter


Jan 14 2004
prev sibling parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.us> writes:
Try to add a ';'

Scott Michel wrote:
 I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered it.
 I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the basic
 jist of it is as follows:
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   class Layer
   {
   public:
     Layer();
     virtual ~Layer();
   };
 };
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
   {
    // various initialization code
   }

// Here -> }; // namespace Foo
 
 Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
 hack around it?
 
 
 -scooter

-- ManiaC++ Jan Knepper But as for me and my household, we shall use Mozilla... www.mozilla.org
Jan 15 2004
parent Scott Michel <scottm cs.ucla.edu> writes:
It turns out that I was missing a '}' at the end of a much earlier header
file. I realize that one trades something for speed (TANSTAAFL), but error
messages could be a little bit better, e.g., hit the end of the file and
scopes arent closed (seems to be the problem in this case.)

Another small nit is when an error occurs in a header file, it'd be nice to
see the header stack that led up to the error.

For an inexpensive compiler and IDDE (and I bought the CD), it ain't bad.

Also, this error message does need to show up in the documentation.


-scooter

Jan Knepper wrote:

 Try to add a ';'
 
 Scott Michel wrote:
 I've looked for documentation on this error, since I've just encountered
 it. I could upload the preprocessed version of the source code, but the
 basic jist of it is as follows:
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   class Layer
   {
   public:
     Layer();
     virtual ~Layer();
   };
 };
 
 namespace Foo
 {
   Layer::Layer()  /* <-- here's where error is encoutered */
   {
    // various initialization code
   }

// Here -> }; // namespace Foo
 
 Any clues as to what causes the compiler to complain and what can I do to
 hack around it?
 
 
 -scooter


Jan 15 2004