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Old 08-09-2014, 12:41 AM   #1
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Question error in ns2 by adding the same protocol like aodv that exist


Hello:
I create another identical AODV routing protocol in Ns-2 but I
would like it to be renamed as "rtaodv". I copy all the files in AODV to a new
folder call rtaodv and renamed all AODV files (.cc & .h) to rtaodv files
(.cc & .h). Then I clone the code and I have changed all the words where
the aodv word appears by the rtaodv word (C++ classes, packet headers,
variables, TCL bindings,...). I do all modifications that are needed to
integrate a new module in NS2.
but now after ./configure , make clean and make , i have this error.
can anyone help me? pleeeaaase
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