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STL And Visual Studio 6 Issue...

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First off, I know I shouldn't be using Visual Studio 6's STL libraries for any type of decent code, but that's a moot point right now. The problem is that I occasionally get this compiler error: c:\program files\microsoft visual studio\vc98\include\xutility(88) : error C2678: binary '==' : no operator defined which takes a left-hand operand of type 'const struct CPoly' (or there is no acceptable conversion) c:\program files\microsoft visual studio\vc98\include\xutility(30) : see reference to function template instantiation 'struct std::pair<struct CPoly const *,struct CPoly const *> __cdecl std::mismatch(const struct CPoly *,const struct CPoly *,const struct CPoly *)' being compiled And it only seems to happen when I define a structure like such: struct Bar { std::vector<float> m_vFloat; } struct Foo { std::vector<Bar> m_vBars; }; And since it's a templated error, it's nigh impossible to pinpoint where it's happening, and it's driving me up the wall. Do you guys have any suggestions? Thanks a lot.

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If you're going to call std::mismatch on a container (directly or indirectly), the objects it contains must have an == operator. CPoly doesn't - or you've made it a non-const member function.

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Okay, ridiculously enough, defining an == operator made it compile.

I'm still a little miffed at why this was happening, though.
Try putting in a breakpoint inside of that operator == function, and see what is in the call stack when/if it hits the breakpoint.

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Okay, ridiculously enough, defining an == operator made it compile.

I'm still a little miffed at why this was happening, though.


Are you sure you're not doing == between two vectors somewhere? That will trigger an element-by-element comparison, possibly relying on std::mismatch.

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