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06-18-2012 01:05 PM
I'm trying to compile my application and I get this error message...
None of my src files have been marked with errors and this gives me NO explaination as to how I should fix the error or what error has occurred. Just Error 2 gives me nothing. Anyone have and idea?
06-18-2012 01:50 PM
I figured out my issue. I had declared a virtual method that didn't need to be virtual and now it compiles correctly. Is there anyway this type of error message could have been pointed out by the IDE or the compiler errors to tell me that this was the problem?
06-18-2012 03:44 PM
I'd like to understand your solution a bit better.
Why would making a function non-virtual matter?
I know some other systems have issues with incremental compilation when you introduce virtual functions; are you able to replicate the issue at will?
Is there something odd about this particular function or class?
Can you construct a small example that demonstrates the error?