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When creating new files (file->new) automaticly add the created file to the project.

 

Also add the following to the drop down menu in the save as dialog:

 

 

*.c (source files)

*.h (header files)

*.c *.h (source and header files)

*.* (All files)

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When creating new files (file->new)  automaticly add the created file to the project.

 

 

 

How about create a new c and h file pair and add to project

also automatically add (user supplied)boiler plate comment to top of file.

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When creating new files (file->new)  automaticly add the created file to the project.

 

 

 

How about create a new c and h file pair and add to project

also automatically add (user supplied)boiler plate comment to top of file.

 

The boiler plate feature has been added to the ide. It will be available in the next release.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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The boiler plate feature has been added to the ide. It will be available in the next release.

 

Regards,

Pavel

 

Indeed it is. Quoting the help file

 

To add some boiler plate text to each new file created from IDE create a directory called 'boiler.plates' inside the SourceBoost installation directory and than create a file with the name of your current toolsuite inside this new directory with the boiler plate text you want to insert into newly created files.

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