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Hi i get the following error when trying to compile. "''identifier'' : identifier was truncated to ''number'' characters in the debug information" I''m just wondering if you guys know any the best way around it. The solution on msdn is ok but i''d just like to see how other people handle this. I don''t use extra long class names but i''ve have a deep architecture of templates as well as using namespaces.

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I disable that warning, since the only way to get rid of it otherwise is to stop using templates that deeply. Sacrificing architecture for a puny warning isn''t worth it

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yeah I have that warning disabled now too, but the problem is that the debugger can''t "view, evaluate, update, or watch the truncated symbols". Event if I use:

#ifdef _DEBUG
#define RepObjInterface R


I still have names that are too long. I''m using std::map for an object declared in a namespace. Anybody know of a work around or if MS tries to resolve this in any way? Thanks

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