we are converting our code to compile under g++ instead of gcc
under gcc we have module first.c that includes int iSomeVar;
then in second.c we may have static int iSomeVar;
this compiles and runs fine with the local iSomVar being used throughout second.c
with g++ we get a link error saying multiple definition of iSomeVar
is there some way to make g++ work like gcc in this respect?
In the file with static int iSomeVar, change all instances of iSomeVar, to some other name, such as static_iSomeVar. It seems C let you shadow the extern declaration with a static, but C++ doesn't.
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