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Vaclav_28-Nov-17 11:26
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David Crow28-Nov-17 14:03
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Vaclav_Sal wrote:
I am sorry you went thru all this , but the issue is not in compiling.
The code just need those "redefinitions" to work, it compiles fine.
I only mentioned that it compiled fine to show that your code still compiles even with MY_DEBUG and namespace std being defined in one place only.

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