|Call Hierarchy doesn't work as I would expect [message #658532]
||Tue, 08 March 2011 15:52
| Tim Westbrook
Registered: March 2011
given test.cpp and test.h below|
#endif /* TEST_H_ */
If from the test.cpp editor I highlight callme in the test::callme definition and CTRL-ALT-H I get
Cannot resolve selected text to a defined function or member
(similarly if I highlight test::callme)
If I select the actual call to callme() in call_callme definition and then CTRL-ALT-H I get a reference to the declaration in the header file. I would expect that the call hierarchy should find the call in call_callme().
I would expect that the call in test::call_callme() would show up in the call hierarchy
Funny thing is some call hierarchy stuff seems to work, basically I was seeing a problem in one of my source files and I was trying to find the core problem.
I have tried creating a file more redirects and whenever i select a call, i only get a reference to the declaration.
Am I doing something wrong ?
I am using a released helios cdt if it matters, although I saw the same problem on a version of galileo.
Any insight would be appreciated.
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