I do not know if this is possible, but one thing I always have trouble with is finding out where something is defined in an include file. We have literally a hundred include files, and it would be nice to see the hierarchy of where the object is. It could similar to the way includes are shown if one checks "Show includes" when compiling, ie In file, MyFile1.cpp right click on MyClass, select Show Included tree:
MyFile1.h | MyFile2.h | | Myfile3.h MyClass Line 123
case=7156 is implemented in build 2007. Include file hierarchy viewer is a mode of the HCB in the VA View.
It can be invoked 3 ways: - VAssistX | Tools | List include files: opens VA View and places focus in HCB - when HCB update on position change is enabled, placing caret on a #include line updates HCB w/ includes - when caret is within top 15 lines of editor that otherwise would leave HCB empty, then includes are listed in HCB (can be disabled via HCB context menu)