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From Andrew Stitcher <astitc...@redhat.com>
Subject Heads Up: You may need to regenerate your generated C++ source code on trunk
Date Wed, 28 Mar 2012 21:05:58 GMT
I've just made a change (r1306595) to eliminate some unnecessary use of
FieldValue.h from other header files. This ended up involving changing
the C++ code generator for the generated framing code to add a needed
#include "framing/Buffer.h", which was not previously present.

So if you find that you are getting errors where the compiler tells you
that it's never heard of the type Buffer in generated C++ code, you'll
know you need to remove all the generated code and recompile.

Using cmake, a simple "rm -rf src" from the build directory works
nicely. However don't try this if you're working in the src tree itself!

Andrew


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