[Interest] visual studio addin
felixover at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 13:11:37 CET 2013
VS is not able to process .ui files, as .ui files only contain XML data, no
real C++ code. You will have to generate the code from the .ui first
(uic'ing), and then VS will parse the newly generated code immediately.
Thanks to the VSAddin, the build process does the uic'ing for you.
2013/12/12 Michael Sué <sue at nf.mpg.de>
> VS intellisense will recognize a new widget after the first build (with
> uic run), usually not immediately but when it eventually feels like
> updating its information or when you prod it to do so.
> *From:* interest-bounces+sue=nf.mpg.de at qt-project.org [mailto:
> interest-bounces+sue=nf.mpg.de at qt-project.org] *On Behalf Of *bob smith
> *Sent:* Thursday, December 12, 2013 10:49 AM
> *To:* interest at qt-project.org
> *Subject:* [Interest] visual studio addin
> I am using the VS Addin and have a problem
> If I change a ui file with designer by, for example, adding a widget then
> VS intellisense does not recognize it. If I unload an reload the project
> the new member is available.
> Is anyone out there using the VS addin and come across this problem ?
> Anyone know how I can fix it?
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