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printing a project summery in VC++

Posted on 2001-06-13
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How can I print out a summery report of all the classes functions and vireble of my project.
Im using VC++ 6

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by:IainHere
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If you have the Enterprise Edition, Visual Modeller will import all of your classes and variables, and you could get a report from there.
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by:proskig
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It is not very easy, but there are several approaches:
You can use .bsc files which are generated when you turn on option "Generate browser information"

Please refer to the link below for Browser Toolkits for Microsoft Visual C++, which gives you an access to bsc content.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q153/3/93.asp

Alternatively you can load .bsc content e.g. into Visio
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/techart/revengcode.htm

But there can be completely different approach: to use third party tools.
E.g. doxygen, doc++, understand for C++, etc.

If you need, I can give more info on tools.
Hope it answers your question.
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by:tsid
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IainHere,
How can Visual Modeller help me?

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proskiq,
How to Generate browser information?
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