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    1. Undefined reference to vtable - Stack Overflow

      • For what it is worth, forgetting a body on a virtual destructor generates the following: undefined reference to `vtable for CYourClass'. I am adding a note because the error message is deceptive.


    2. undefined reference to `vtable for Segment' due to virtual destructor??? - C / C++

      • ...for Segment' libgeometry.a(Edge.o): In function `~Segment': /home/jeffw/Automatic/Segment.hpp:43: undefined reference to `vtable for Segment'
      • But here's a couple of ideas. The descended classes only contain primitive members or members who's destructor can be the default destructor.


    3. c++ - Qt undefined reference to vtable - Stack Overflow

      Since QWidget has a virtual destructor, the compiler needs a vtable for your class. But your class doesn't have any virtual functions, so it didn't build one for your Communicate class. Add a virtual ~Communicate() {}; to your class, and all will be well.


    4. constructor - c++ undefined reference to `vtable - Stack Overflow

      Visual Studio 2010 gives this more helpful output: 1>cachesize.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: virtual __thiscall arrayListType::~arrayListType(void)" ([email protected]@[email protected]) referenced in function "public: virtual void * __thiscall arrayListType::`scalar deleting destructor'...


    5. C++ Undefined Reference to vtable and inheritance - Stack Overflow

      • The compiler says that there is a undefined reference to vtable for A. I have tried lots of different things and yet none have worked.
      • Having virtual ~A(); virtual void doWork() = 0; still gives vtable error =/. But without the destructor it works fine.


    6. VerboseDiagnostics - GCC Wiki | undefined reference to vtable for X

      • warning: deleting object of polymorphic class type 'Base' which has non-virtual destructor might cause undefined behaviour [-Wdelete-non-virtual-dtor].
      • That DR is not implemented by any version of G++ (at the time of writing GCC 4.7.1 is the latest release.) undefined reference to vtable for X.


    7. c++ - undefined reference to 'vtable for class' constructor - Stack Overflow

      • undefined reference to vtable when calling constructor of base class.
      • Undefined reference to vtable in final class constructor and destructor.


    8. Undefined reference to 'vtable for ...' - Software Development | DaniWeb

      • I hope this helps someone out there.... I'm using netbeans with the C++ plugin in linux. I got the vtable error, and after a long time I figured out the solution..
      • undefined reference of destructor - 2 replies.


    9. c++ - Qt Linker Error: "undefined reference to vtable" - Stack Overflow

      • undefined reference to 'vtable for BarelySocket'. This implies that I have a virtual method not implemented.
      • An other thing I've seen: Since the BarelySocket class inherit from QObject it must have a virtual destructor to avoid problem during destruction.


    10. c++ - Undefined reference to `vtable - Stack Overflow

      • The important thing is, that you need to define the dtor and the compiler will take care of the vtable then, so if you see the error "undefined reference to vtable", always check the dtor.
      • So adding your destructor's definition should fix it.