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Elaboration Errors in Harness

Last updated: 2019-12-10
My harness keeps crashing with program errors. How can I fix that?

Typically, this error is caused by elaboration processing referencing another unit that has not been elaborated yet. In GNAT, there is a binder option that allows you to force elaboration processing to take place in the most "pessimistic" order, which usually resolves these issues.

You need to add the option "-p" to the binder options in the options dialog (Ada tab), and then recompile your environment. This should resolve your problem.

This issue may appear in your actual application in the future! Changing code and/or compiler can change the elaboration order, meaning these errors might appear in your real build. The source-based resolution to this problem is using pragma elaborate whenever a spec or body object calls a function.
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