Just to help people who face this problem: If you’re compiling your C code, and then the compiler says to you something like this:
./foo.c: In function `bar':
./foo.c:158: `structure_x' defined as wrong kind of tag
Don’t panic! Take a look at the
You’re probably declaring a variable of the
structure_x kind but as a different type it really is.
structure_x is an
enum and you did something like this:
struct structure_x my_variable;
when the correct would be:
enum structure_x my_variable;.
This post is simple, but will surely help to avoid headaches