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Sep 23, 2010

I am working for a product which was evolved over a decade. There I have some combination of C style coding and C++ coding in same libraries. I am landing on some instances where C style function is expecting forward declarations for some other function for which I can not declare (due to design and architecture). Is there any g++ compiler option that directs the g++ to look whole preprocessed file (because definition is there down in the preprocessed file) than only forward in the preprocessed file. All these years this code is working as we are using CC compiler and that looks entire preprocessed file than only in the forward direction.

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Header1.h file


if I can not include Header2.h first then Header1.h. I have to include Header1.h and Header2.h because on the design hierarchy in this product. Also the function definitions are in header files as they are either template functions or functions expanded through macros.

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