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User 5838526-Dec-06 12:47
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We have been using the new override keyword in standard c++ projects.
I have a standard c++ library that includes something like this

class Base
{
virtual bool DoSomething() = 0;
};

class Derived
{
bool DoSomething() override;
};

This compiles fine

This header is included in my managed c++/cli project and because the override keyword has a slightly differnt meaning in CLI I get the following error when compiling the CLI project that includes this file

error C2217: 'override' requires 'virtual'

The simple solution is to change the derived class to be like this

class Derived
{
virtual bool DoSomething() override;
};

Obviously the preprocessor is doing all the includes before the compiler sees this so it has no way of knowing that the code come from a standard c++ project. Is there any other way to resolve this without changing the function declaration?



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