Posted - Nov 12 2010 : 6:06:33 PM
| When using the Add Include Refactoring command:
Visual Assist X will attempt to work out if it should use
for each #include that is added.
In Visual Assist X 1836 and above you can force Visual Assist X to always use one or the other by creating the DWORD registry key:
HKCU \ Software \ Whole Tomato \ Visual Assist X \ VANet8 \ AddIncludeTokenStyle = 0
Replace "VANet8" with "VANet11" for Visual Studio 2012
Replace "VANet8" with "VANet10" for Visual Studio 2010
Replace "VANet8" with "VANet9" for Visual Studio 2008
Replace "VANet8" with "VANet" for Visual Studio 2003
Replace "VANet8" with "VA6" for Visual C++ 6
0 = default, current behavior
1 = force use of ""
2 = force use of <>
In Visual Assist X 1925 and above three more settings have been added:
3 = "name.h" or <name.h> dependent on include dirs, without path
4 = "name.h" without path
5 = <name.h> without path
Note you need to close all IDE's before editing this registry key, to avoid Visual Assist X overwriting your change when it quits.
The following FAQ entries are also about Add Include:
How to set the default delimiter for Add Include
How to stop Add Include using relative paths
Edited by - feline on Dec 18 2012 1:29:36 PM