Bug#2655: marked as done (CV refuses to go to member definitions (only declarations) in a generated dialog class after regenerating the code.) by Falk Brettschneider <gigafalk at yahoo.com>
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Bugreport ID : 22:14,06.02.00
Originator : Steven Brown
E-Mail : swbrown at ucsd.edu
Subject : CV refuses to go to member definitions (only declarations) in a generated dialog class after regenerating the code.
Error Class : software bug
Error Location : class tree
Priority : low
Bug Description ---------------------------
Clicking (or using the right-click function definition option) on members
in the CV view incorrectly takes you to the declaration instead of the
definition if the class in question is one generated by the dialog editor
and you just asked it to generate code for your changes.
How to repeat the error -------------------
Regenerate code for a dialog, then the CV will give the described
Bugfix or Workaround ----------------------
Quitting kdevelop and reentering fixes it, so it must just be getting
temporarily confused somewhere.
System Information ------------------------
KDevelop version : 1.1beta2
KDE version : 1.1.2
QT version : 1.44
OS/Distribution : rh6.1
Compiler : egcs-2.91.66
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