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bogus.cc File Reference
#include <core/id/bogus.hh>
#include <core/id/AtomID.hh>
#include <core/id/DOF_ID.hh>
#include <core/id/NamedAtomID.hh>
#include <core/id/TorsionID.hh>

Namespaces

 core
 A class for reading in the atom type properties.
 
 core::id
 

Functions

AtomID const core::id::GLOBAL_BOGUS_ATOM_ID (AtomID::BOGUS_ATOM_ID())
 
AtomID const core::id::GLOBAL_CHAINBREAK_BOGUS_ATOM_ID (AtomID::CHAINBREAK_BOGUS_ATOM_ID())
 
StubID const core::id::GLOBAL_BOGUS_STUB_ID (StubID::BOGUS_STUB_ID())
 
DOF_ID const core::id::GLOBAL_BOGUS_DOF_ID (AtomID::BOGUS_ATOM_ID(), PHI)
 
NamedAtomID const core::id::GLOBAL_BOGUS_NAMED_ATOM_ID (NamedAtomID::BOGUS_NAMED_ATOM_ID())
 
NamedAtomID const core::id::GLOBAL_CHAINBREAK_BOGUS_NAMED_ATOM_ID (NamedAtomID::CHAINBREAK_BOGUS_NAMED_ATOM_ID())
 
TorsionID const core::id::GLOBAL_BOGUS_TORSION_ID (TorsionID::BOGUS_TORSION_ID())
 Globals. More...
 
void core::id::initialize_core_id_globals ()
 Calling this function ensures that all of the global variables in core::id are initialize before they are needed. More...
 

Detailed Description

Author
Andrew Leaver-Fay

Fix the static-initialization-order fiasco w/ global variable initialization Previously, these globals were in separate compilation units, and the order of their initialization was not guaranteed. Putting them into a single compilation unit fixes that.