Author Topic: Syncronization between h/hpp and c/cpp files  (Read 87 times)

Offline gtafan

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Syncronization between h/hpp and c/cpp files
« on: October 11, 2018, 01:45:53 pm »
Posibly this feature already exists in codeblocks, but I havenīt found it yet. So what Iīd like to have is when I create a void in the h/hpp file the feature should create an empty implementation in the corresponding c/cpp file. Also when changing something on the void in the h/hpp the changes should be also done in c/cpp.

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Re: Syncronization between h/hpp and c/cpp files
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2018, 06:16:57 pm »
Posibly this feature already exists in codeblocks, but I havenīt found it yet. So what Iīd like to have is when I create a void in the h/hpp file the feature should create an empty implementation in the corresponding c/cpp file. Also when changing something on the void in the h/hpp the changes should be also done in c/cpp.

I never noticed this feature; but, I do not use CB as a editor very much.

I would like the first part of creating an empty implementation; but, I would not like the second part.

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Re: Syncronization between h/hpp and c/cpp files
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2018, 06:28:15 am »
Right click c/cpp file, Insert/Refactor->All class methods without implementation.