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vandermyer

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Defs Window and Show Statements (25.0.2.0)
« on: October 11, 2021, 10:20:30 am »
I am finding that when I enable Show Statements in the Defs window that I lose some functions in the Defs window. It looks like the 'lost functions' are those that do not call other functions in the current file (but do call functions in other files).

Is there a way to change this behavior? I would like to be able to have Show Statements enabled and see all functions in the current file in the Defs window.




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Re: Defs Window and Show Statements (25.0.2.0)
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2021, 02:10:25 pm »
This would be very language dependent.  I'm going to need a code sample for this one.

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Re: Defs Window and Show Statements (25.0.2.0)
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2021, 09:42:52 am »
I am using C.

Unfortunately (perhaps is that really the right word?) it now seems to perform as i expect, so I am afraid I can't give an example at this moment! What I can say is that I have a workspace with multiple projects. I did have each project set as 'taq with project specific tag file'. I have now changed this to 'tag using workspace tag file' and done other manipulations on the project/workspace. Probably not much help.

You have confirmed from your response that the behaviour is unexpected, so if I see it again I will preserve the workspace/project to see if I can generate a test workspace/project for you.

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Re: Defs Window and Show Statements (25.0.2.0)
« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2021, 11:07:22 am »
The Defs tool window is not project dependent, so if you see it again, the current file will be all that is necessary.  Does the code have embedded assembly or EXEC SQL blocks or anything else extraordinary?