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> In my experience, these sorts of errors arise when there really is something
> wrong with the code, usually involving sizes of integers (e.g. 'long' in
> struct's definition and 'int' in another, on a 64-bit machine). However, the
> linker is poorly-equipped to detect such errors unless the resulting objects
> have different sizes.
> So, while I wouldn't rule out miscompilation, I would first check for
> silently conflicting definitions in different compilation units.
Does the linker message gives any hint on where to look?
> BTW, a STC would have been extremely helpful here -- all we can do is
> speculate without it
Could you give more details. I cannot find on the net what you mean by "a STC".
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