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C++ in theory: Bridging Your Classes with PIMPLs

 
Author: devarticles.com
Category: C++
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( Page 1 of 4 ) Very often, when a program takes longer to compile after you have made what appear to be trivial changes, the blame can be laid at the door of dependency chains between header files. One change can trigger the need for a massive rebuild. J. Nakamura explains a way to make header files insensitive to any change -- thus saving all that rebuild time -- by using pimpl. Looking For Problems Large development projects can become a drain... not just on your brain, but on your...n

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