I'm working on a Visual C++ project without MFC.
My project has different CPP files.
I use a self made DLL that contains classes.
Each CPP file includes a header file that describes a class that is implemented in the DLL.
Let's say I have File1.CPP and File2.cpp.
If I've created an instance of a class in File1.cpp, and I want to access a (public) memberfunction, I type:
and I automatically get a list of all the memberfunction and membervariables of this object.
If I do the same I File2.cpp I do not get that list of memberfunctions.
I think this has something to do with the "Source Browse Info File"
How come the behaviour of Visual C++ is different?
Can somebody tell me what I am doing wrong here?
Thanks in advance!