thanks for your help. The fexport keyword was to decide if i build a dll or another application that is using my class. I removed it since my module will compile to a static library and until now all works fine.
Von: boost-users-boun...@lists.boost.org [mailto:boost-users-boun...@lists.boost.org] Im Auftrag von Jeffrey Lee Hellrung, Jr.
Gesendet: Freitag, 9. November 2012 15:13
Betreff: Re: [Boost-users] boost::variant compile error
On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 11:44 PM, <Georg.Kelle...@lfu.bayern.de<mailto:Georg.Kelle...@lfu.bayern.de>> wrote:
i'd like to build a heterogenous container based on the boost::variant datastructure. My code looks like this:
class fExport FB_Ordered;
class fExport FB_Dictionary;
typedef boost::variant<int, std::string> keydicttype;
int, std::string, date, ptime,
typedef boost::container::map<keydicttype, valuedicttype> basedict;
C:\dev\boost_1_52_0\boost/checked_delete.hpp(32) : error C2027: use of undefined Type "FB_Ordered"
what i want to do is to create a container fb_dictionary which can hold datatypes that are listed in the valuedicttype and which can accept keyvalues of int and string (see above). fb_ordered is another container defined in a diferent header file so i need the forward declarations. Could anybody please give me a hint in the right direction? I am using vs2008.
A full, expected-to-compile example is always helpful. But the errors I'm getting with the above typedefs seem more related to the lack of this fExport keyword you're using. If I remove the fExport stuff then all the typedefs compile fine, and I don't get the undefined type error until I try to instantiate basedict (obviously; FB_Ordered and FB_Dictionary need to be defined by then).