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HateDread Posted - Sep 21 2015 : 01:42:59 AM
Loving Visual Assist so far, but I'm trying to find a faster and more reliable alternative to the Right Click -> View Call Hierarchy button in Visual Studio 2013 when dealing with C++. It takes forever to generate, and often misses calls (even calls to/from the same file, mind you!)

Surely Visual Assist has such a feature? I've been unable to find it thus far (and boy have I been looking!)
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accord Posted - Sep 23 2015 : 10:20:57 PM
The closest feature we have is VA Find References. It's not a hierarchy per se, but you can run find references again, after jumping to a reference. You can clone the window to save its content so you can go back to the original list easily. The calls are indicated with a different, distinctive icon. If you turn off displaying declaration in the context menu (or by simply hitting D), you will end up with only the references which are in case of a method the calls.


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