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c++ - typedef error

reply Paul Runde <prunde consolidated.net> writes:
I can't find an answer for this error.

In an include file __int32 is defined:

typedef long __int32;


In another file is this declaration:

typedef unsigned __int32 xxx_uint32_t;


I get the following error:
    '__int32' previously declared as something else
    It was declared as: long
    It is now declared: unsigned


Thank you
Paul
Mar 10 2004
next sibling parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.us> writes:
Yeah... For some reason using a typedef in a typedef does not seem to go 
too well... <g>

Guess Walter could look into this.



Paul Runde wrote:
 I can't find an answer for this error.
 
 In an include file __int32 is defined:
 
 typedef long __int32;
 
 
 In another file is this declaration:
 
 typedef unsigned __int32 xxx_uint32_t;
 
 
 I get the following error:
    '__int32' previously declared as something else
    It was declared as: long
    It is now declared: unsigned
 
 
 Thank you
 Paul

-- ManiaC++ Jan Knepper But as for me and my household, we shall use Mozilla... www.mozilla.org
Mar 10 2004
prev sibling parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
The parser sees:

    typedef long __int32;
    typedef unsigned __int32

and that looks like a redefinition.

"Paul Runde" <prunde consolidated.net> wrote in message
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 I can't find an answer for this error.

 In an include file __int32 is defined:

 typedef long __int32;


 In another file is this declaration:

 typedef unsigned __int32 xxx_uint32_t;


 I get the following error:
     '__int32' previously declared as something else
     It was declared as: long
     It is now declared: unsigned


 Thank you
 Paul

Mar 19 2004
parent Paul Runde <prunde consolidated.net> writes:
Walter wrote:
 The parser sees:
 
     typedef long __int32;
     typedef unsigned __int32
 
 and that looks like a redefinition.
 

My bad. I simply assumed a C\C++ typedef was just like a D typedef. Thanks
Mar 19 2004