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Offline MortenMacFly

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How to use the method wizard?
« on: April 24, 2006, 09:21:38 am »
I've just discovered the class method wizard (not the class wizard!) in C::B. But I wonder how I am supposed to use it?!
What I would have expected is:
1.) Help me to insert a method definition and implementation framework in a class.
2.) If I add a defintion, help me to add the implementation using the same framework.
3.) If I add an implementation, help me to add the definition (in the header file) using the same framework.
I think I'm just to dumb to use it, but what I am able to do is "only" 2.). And I can add only existing methods, no new ones. What I really like is the possibilty of the documentation block, hence I'd like to have that in the header file. To achive this I have first to add the method myself and then using the wizard to do it again with the documentation block. I guess that's not how it is supposed to be.
Is there somebody using this feature that can enlighten me how to do it right?
With regards, Morten.
Ps.: One case use C::B for ages and still find unknown features... ;-)
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