Richard_Dale at tipitina.demon.co.uk
Tue Dec 12 13:06:50 UTC 2000
On Mon, 11 Dec 2000, Bernd Gehrmann wrote:
> It's the same for other
> interfaces: For compiled languages, you need one component
> that starts the compiler and displays its output.
Currently in the 'cppsupport' part there are classes to add a new method and new
attributes to a class (CAddClassAttributeDlg and CAddClassMethodDlg). I think
this functionality should be associated with a 'New Class Wizard' or similar
part. Parts like cppsupport shouldn't have any UI - just parse the source
and run the command line as described above.
One minor problem I've encountered, is ClassTreeItem::scopedText() assumes that
the scope operator is '::' for C++. The class tree should only deal with the
canonical form with '.'s, and leave formatting of the class scope path to
cppsupport, javasupport etc.
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