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[Closed] Use of undefined type

I have been investigating this, while it doesn't seem to prevent the editor from running, but following errors are coming from "class.h", which isn't written by me, and by quick looks seems to have something to do with the way the objects are managed(?).

/ Dereference back into a UClass @return the embedded UClass / template FORCEINLINE UClass TSubclassOf::operator*() const { //erroredline// if (!Class || !Class->IsChildOf(TClass::StaticClass())) //erroredline//** { return NULL; } return Class; }

template FORCEINLINE TClass* TSubclassOf::GetDefaultObject() const { return Class ? Class->GetDefaultObject() : NULL; }

The errors are: Use of undefinied type "TerraingenYp" (an exsisting, custom class) "StaticClass" identifier not found.

What is happening right here?

EDIT: I found answer after long investigation, and my issue was to have a class, that was spawning another class, without including that other class' header with "#include .h" Hopefully someone with the same problem will find this instead of wasting their time.

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asked Jul 24 '14 at 05:17 PM in C++ Programming

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avatar image DoctorPC Jul 25 '14 at 11:28 AM

updated to better match the problem.

avatar image Vertex Soup Jul 09 '17 at 02:47 AM

Please use proper code formatting, it is hard to read. :)

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The question has been closed Jul 25 '14 at 12:20 PM by DoctorPC for the following reason:

I got it working the old fashion way (trial&error, lots and lots of trial&error)

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