Errors compiling any IRRemote examples on 1.5.6-r2

Hi,

Suddenly I can't compile any of the IRRemote library examples. Errors like this:
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Arduino: 1.5.6-r2 (Windows 7), Board: "Arduino Uno"

IRtest:64: error: expected class-name before '{' token
IRtest.ino: In constructor 'IRsendDummy::IRsendDummy()':
IRtest:71: error: class 'IRsendDummy' does not have any field named 'IRsend'
IRtest.ino: In function 'void testNEC(long unsigned int, int)':
IRtest:137: error: 'class IRsendDummy' has no member named 'sendNEC'
IRtest.ino: In function 'void testSony(long unsigned int, int)':
IRtest:142: error: 'class IRsendDummy' has no member named 'sendSony'
IRtest.ino: In function 'void testRC5(long unsigned int, int)':
IRtest:147: error: 'class IRsendDummy' has no member named 'sendRC5'
IRtest.ino: In function 'void testRC6(long unsigned int, int)':
IRtest:152: error: 'class IRsendDummy' has no member named 'sendRC6'

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This is the latest version from Github..

Any ideas? I may not have compiled this since the last couple of IDE versions...

This new IR library compiles fine: GitHub - cyborg5/IRLib: An Arduino library for encoding and decoding infrared remote signals

Stumped...

Can anyone else verify this error on their machines??

Hmm. Looks like a naming conflict between the IRRemote library and some of the Arduino Robot Libraries?
When I copy the IRRemote dir from 1.0.5 to my Documents/Arduino/Libraries folder, and try to compile with 1.5.7, I get nice messages like:

Build options changed, rebuilding all
Using library Robot IR Remote in folder: /Applications/arduino/Arduino-1.5.7.app/Contents/Resources/Java/libraries/RobotIRremote

At the top of the verbose compiler output, Just before it all goes belly-up...

Yes, I got that before on 1.5.5 and it turned out to be a conflict with the arduino robot library.

Can't remember what I did to fix it. Either deleted or renamed the offending library.