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Hello,

 

normally if you right click the code in a .c file and choose the Browse submenu and then a function name, normally you the IDE will jump at the code beginning.

 

This sometimes stops working if you make some code changes and then build (BoostC) the project.

 

This feature is usefull for me because i have some big "library" code files... coud you please take a look to this little malfunction?

 

Wally

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normally if you right click the code in a .c file and choose the Browse submenu and then a function name, normally you the IDE will jump at the code beginning.

 

This sometimes stops working if you make some code changes and then build (BoostC) the project.

 

This feature is usefull for me because i have some big "library" code files... coud you please take a look to this little malfunction?

 

Before we can investigate this (and any other problem) we need to be able to reproduce it. Your description is a bit vague. It will help a lot if there are steps to reproduce the problem.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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Ok, here are the simple steps:

 

1) Create a new project with empty source and header.

 

#include <system.h>
#include "test.h"

void main()
{

}

 

2) Browse from the menu for the "main" function and it will work.

 

3) Add a "test" function as below (it will be removed because it is unused in the code)

 

#include <system.h>
#include "test.h"

void test()
{
}

void main()
{

}

 

4) Rebuild the project and browse for the "test" function. It will not work.

 

And this happens every time you add a new function, until you close and restart the IDE.

 

This is 100% repetitive and present from the first SourceBoost version i've tried untill the latest one.

 

Wally

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Was you able to reproduce the malfunction?

 

I work on another problem and haven't started with this bug yet.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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