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Hi all, I've got a problem with the architecture of my projects. I usually have a main.cpp and a main.h. In the main.h i include all the other .h files, like model.h, math3d.h, patricle.h, etc. These .h files contain includes for their own .cpp file, but never main.h. When the project gets bigger it gets a mess and sometimes the compiler gives me trouble with double definitions, etc. What is the proper way to make lots of different .cpp files all with their own special functions and classes that sometimes use classes from different .cpp files? Thanx, Marty

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Okay well you should be prototyping your classes in a .h file and putting the actual definition in your .cpp file. Then to prevent double initilitzations on .h files simple do this


#ifndef _OBJLOADER_ALREADY_SEEN_
#define _OBJLOADER_ALREADY_SEEN_


replace OBJLOADER with the name of your cpp file, it should be some thing unique.

Then at the end of your file

#endif


This lets you include a .h file multiple times in diffrent files without running into compiler troubles.

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