c++ headers between projects

c++ headers between projects

By : Theresa Pablos
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
Any of those help You can as long as you don't use templates in project A that depends on LLVM headers. You can always forward declarate the types you are using in project A headers and include the actual headers in the cpp files.
Say there is a type you want to use called llvm_type that is a class defined by the libraries of the LLVM compiler. In projectA.h you can do like this:
code :
class llvm_type;

class MyAPrjClass {
    void myMethod (llvm_type x, int y);
#include <llvm_type.h>

void MyAPrjClass:: myMethod (llvm_type x, int y)
    // Define your method using the llvm_type here.
#include <vector>
typedef std::vector<int> VectorInt;

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How to order headers in .NET C++ projects

How to order headers in .NET C++ projects

By : mxz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue It's a good idea to always use fully qualified names in header files. Because the using statement affects all following code regardless of #include, putting a using statement in a header file affects everybody that might include that header.
So you would change your function declaration in your header file to:
code :
void loadConfigurations(SomeNamespace::String^ pPathname);
LINK2001 error while using headers in different projects

LINK2001 error while using headers in different projects

By : Julian Hernandez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue An "unresolved symbol error" is a linker error, as opposed to a compiler error. Linking is the second stage of what appears to be a single "build" event in an IDE like Visual Studio.
The central problem here concerns the distinction between declarations and definitions in C++. In short, a declaration introduces a symbol (like a function) to the compiler, while a definition provides the actual instantiation/implementation of that symbol for the linker. When considering a function, the definition is what you've probably heard referred to as a prototype. Something like this:
code :
void registerCu(int x, int y, int depth);
void registerCu(int x, int y, int depth)
    // do magic stuff here  
Why does LLVM projects use GCC Headers

Why does LLVM projects use GCC Headers

By : Luis D. Vazquez Rive
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out By default, clang builds with the standard library installed on the system, so objects can be linked with libraries/programs built by other compilers. If you have installed libc++, you can use it with the flag -stdlib=libc++.
For more information have a look at the documentation.
Is there an optimal way to use pre-compiled headers in multiple projects?

Is there an optimal way to use pre-compiled headers in multiple projects?

By : user3593218
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The solution is simply including your pch in every source file and adding any necessary headers used by the header file. The compiler will still use the pch but will also be able to define your functions in the header file.
Scan security-headers on local projects

Scan security-headers on local projects

By : user3611374
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you You can do that with ZAP. The baseline scan (https://github.com/zaproxy/zaproxy/wiki/ZAP-Baseline-Scan) will do that and more - we use that at Mozilla.
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