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Using 8/9/2012, 1.5.0.21 IDE, after I build my project/solution, I repeatedly see a dialog box:

=============================

\C Language\Include\pp_proj.h

 

This file has been modified outside of the source editor.

Do you want to reload it?

 

Yes |Yes to All | No |No to All

============================

Even if I click "Yes", I see this dialog the next time I build my project.

 

Does the IDE handle pp_proj.h in some special way?

 

Are there restrictions on what I should put in this file?

 

In some cases, if I click "Yes", I get an older version of this file.

 

Also, in the IDE, when I right click on pp_proj.h, I see the menu:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Properties

------------

For all other include files, the right click menu looks like:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Exclude from project

Delete

Rename

Properties

------------

 

Why is the menu different?

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pp_proj.h is an integral part of the project and that is the reason you do not see any menu options that allow you to delete, remove or exclude it from the project. The reason that you get a message asking you to reload is because you have that file already opened in the editor.

 

 

Using 8/9/2012, 1.5.0.21 IDE, after I build my project/solution, I repeatedly see a dialog box:

=============================

\C Language\Include\pp_proj.h

 

This file has been modified outside of the source editor.

Do you want to reload it?

 

Yes |Yes to All | No |No to All

============================

Even if I click "Yes", I see this dialog the next time I build my project.

 

Does the IDE handle pp_proj.h in some special way?

 

Are there restrictions on what I should put in this file?

 

In some cases, if I click "Yes", I get an older version of this file.

 

Also, in the IDE, when I right click on pp_proj.h, I see the menu:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Properties

------------

For all other include files, the right click menu looks like:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Exclude from project

Delete

Rename

Properties

------------

 

Why is the menu different?

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1) Can anyone explain why I would get an earlier version of this file if I try to update it? (I exited the IDE, and updated the file from source control on another system, and when I restart the IDE, it over-writes pp_proj.h with older contents).

 

2) Should I NOT put my own definitions in pp_proj.h?

 

pp_proj.h is an integral part of the project and that is the reason you do not see any menu options that allow you to delete, remove or exclude it from the project. The reason that you get a message asking you to reload is because you have that file already opened in the editor.

 

 

Using 8/9/2012, 1.5.0.21 IDE, after I build my project/solution, I repeatedly see a dialog box:

=============================

\C Language\Include\pp_proj.h

 

This file has been modified outside of the source editor.

Do you want to reload it?

 

Yes |Yes to All | No |No to All

============================

Even if I click "Yes", I see this dialog the next time I build my project.

 

Does the IDE handle pp_proj.h in some special way?

 

Are there restrictions on what I should put in this file?

 

In some cases, if I click "Yes", I get an older version of this file.

 

Also, in the IDE, when I right click on pp_proj.h, I see the menu:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Properties

------------

For all other include files, the right click menu looks like:

-----------

Open

Open With

View Code

Exclude from project

Delete

Rename

Properties

------------

 

Why is the menu different?

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