On 19/05/2013 at 18:38, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Cinema 4D Version: R14Studi
Platform: Windows ;
Language(s) : C++ ;
Hi, this is about Visual Studio 2010 for those who use it.
I have myself used VS 12 years now, for C#. And I am used to it automatically rebuilding all that needs a rebuild when I press F5 to run the app.
I now have two CPP files I constantly edit. One is the "major" C++ file for my plugin. The other file contains a helper class with various common functions. Whereas the "main" file seems to always rebuild and changes I made always take effect, the other file needs an explicit "Rebuild" to reflect the last changes I have made in it.
Is this a C++ specific thing? I have never experienced it before in C#. I also made several tests before I posted this topic, and yes, the other file does not rebuild automatically.
BTW, it is part of the project, not excluded.
I have linked it in like this: