Re: Visual C++ wont autcomplete?
- From: "Tom Serface" <tom.nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2007 23:16:44 -0700
I haven't used VC6 in over 4 years so alot of it has been swapped out from my memory. I don't even have it loaded anywhere any more. My company moved on to .NET to support other .NET type applications so us C++ programmers got "moved on" as well some time ago.
I think Microsoft could save themselves a lot of grief (and get a lot of upgrade revenue) if they would add Class Wizard back in. Class Wizard would be useful for C# and VB as well so I could see it being a nice general purpose utility again. From what I can tell that's the biggest complaint that keeps people from also "moving on". I'm not sure why they don't add Class Wizard back in. You'd think it would be straightforward enough, it fits in the current paradigm, and it was a very productive way to setup controls. I don't see why it couldn't work for WinForms or WebForms or whatever.
"Joseph M. Newcomer" <newcomer@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:4c3tb3lecupeph2rvase9m9eb2g0klnrlr@xxxxxxxxxx
Yes, I'd forgotten that, but if the .h file is not officially in the Header Files section
of the project, this will be the result.