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"Easy Binary Compatible Interfaces Across Compilers in C++ - Part 0 of n: Introduction and a Sneak Preview"
The problem of using a C++ library compiled with Compiler A, from a program compiled with Compiler B has been a problem for a while. This is especially true on Windows where Visual C++ generally breaks binary compatibility from release to release.
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