Member variable does not appear in class browser

Ralf Nolden nolden at
Wed Oct 11 10:07:38 UTC 2000

Andreas DUNKE wrote:
> Hi!
> I add a private member to my class:
> std::string myString;
> But this variable does not appear in the class-browser.
> If I write
> string myString;
> then it appears in the class-browser.
> Can someone tell me why?
Well, yes ;-) Obviously the classbrowser doesn´t handle the scope std::,
so it doesn´t include it in the database and the classviewer doesn´t
display it. You could try yourself hacking the classbrowser if you´re
interested and send us a patch ;-)

I´ll fix the templates meanwhile ;-)

The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. Oscar Wilde

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