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Is it bad to use a struct and treat it like a class to solve the dependency in Golang?


Is it bad to use a struct and treat it like a class to solve the dependency in Golang?

By : johnray
Date : November 20 2020, 11:01 PM
Hope that helps From overall conceptual standpoint there is nothing wrong in your implementation.
On a detailed view there are inconsistencies that raise questions.
code :
userModel := &models.User{}
userModel.Delete(userId)
user      := User{model: userModel}
user.Delete(1)
user.Delete()
package User;
// private package level variable
var model = userModel
func Delete(userId int) {
    model.Delete(userId)
}
...
User.Delete(userId)


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How to solve Boost::BGL template<->class circular dependency?

How to solve Boost::BGL template<->class circular dependency?


By : Vaghela Dev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine You have circularly included headers. Lane includes graphdefinitions, which includes lane, which includes graphdefinitions, etc. This is the cause of your problem.
Edit: I realized this was already mentioned in the OP. The solution to this problem is PIMPL.
How to solve a circular class dependency with shared base class without headers?

How to solve a circular class dependency with shared base class without headers?


By : Bryan Sánchez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue
"... but all of the fixes I've seen seem to only apply to code involving header files and separate translation units."
code :
class B : public A {
    // ...
    void addC(C* Cin) { Avector.push_back(Cin); }
                   // ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    // ...
};
class C;

class B : public A {
    // ...
    void addC(C* Cin);
};

class C : public A {
    // ...
};

inline void B::addC(C* Cin) { Avector.push_back(Cin); }
void addB(B* Bin) { Avector.push_back(Bin); }
2 classes need another class to exist first. How can I solve this circular class dependency?

2 classes need another class to exist first. How can I solve this circular class dependency?


By : Karen Casella Opanow
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I would avoid coupling these classes like this. Maybe you should rethink about your design. Why is obstacle3 member of GameRenderer and not member of GameWorld, for example? An obstacle doesn't seen to fit as a member of a renderer.
How to solve a JAR conflict in Tomcat web app required for a plugin that has a dependency on a class already in WEB-INF/

How to solve a JAR conflict in Tomcat web app required for a plugin that has a dependency on a class already in WEB-INF/


By : Jason Beatteay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. No.
Use an older version of the amqp client which has the dependencies you like.
Treat Golang defined type as the underlying one?

Treat Golang defined type as the underlying one?


By : Ramnath Amith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue You cannot do that. You have to convert MyCondition to bool explicitly, i.e. bool(b1) || b2.
From Go spec:
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