[Gdal-dev] Re: Linking the GDAL lib to a Visual C++ 6 project
mateusz at loskot.net
Tue Mar 6 04:16:44 EST 2007
> Mateusz Loskot <mateusz <at> loskot.net> writes:
>> Arnaud wrote:
>>> In fact the warning level is set to the highest. This cannot be change.
>>> Do you have any clue what I can do to solve this?
>> Are you using GDAL in MFC-based application?
> Yes, I am.
> However, I found that there is a problem when I try to include libraries from
> the STL. The trick was to include them like this:
> // Include for use of stl
> #pragma warning( push, 3) // Avoid some messages
> #include <string> // STL strings
> #include <iostream> // STL io
> #include <vector>
> #pragma warning( pop ) // Restore warnings
> using namespace std; // Allows std namespace
The problem is that MFC defines 'new' as a preprocessor definition,
when building in debug mode:
#define new DEBUG_NEW
static char THIS_FILE = __FILE__;
So, all C++/STL headers should be included *before* any MFC header.
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