On 17/05/2018 06:10, John Emmas wrote:


I seem to have several other libraries which use inline (i.e. the non-underscored version) and they're all building correctly. So could it be that freetype2 has re-defined it somehow? Or maybe it #includes a file somewhere that re-defines the meaning of inline ??


Some extra information's come to light (from this MSDN article...)

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bw1hbe6y.aspx

Quote:
" The *inline* keyword is available only in C++. The |__inline| and |__forceinline| keywords are available in both C and C++ "

I think that explains it !!

John
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