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stu2000

Relative path files opening

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Hello there,
This has been bugging me for ages now. Whenever I have compiled with errors I will look at my error list in MSVC ++ 2008, double click on the error to go to it and then try to fix it. Unfortunately, this usually opens up a tab for the file with the relative path as shown in the print screen:

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Whenver performing clicking a search result in the find window, or just opening a file, it will correctly open the file with a tab for the full path as shown here:

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Unfortunately this means with both tabs open, if you make changes to both and then hit save all, you have a problem. You will get a message asking whether you would like to reload the file because it has been modified etc. If you hit yes, you are likely to lose some of the changes you made, if no, you are going to have to spend ages figuring out what changes you made to each file.

Is there any way to make sure that the error window ONLY opens the full path tab or whatever? I dont know how this problem arrived in the first place.

Stu

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In the entire solution I have only two references to the file like so:
#include "NetCollisionManager.h"

one of which is in the corresponding .cpp file.

does that help?

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[quote name='Adam_42' timestamp='1298304734' post='4777063']
Is this specific to PS3 projects? If so any answers here will probably be in violation of an NDA...
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I highly doubt its specific to PS3, Im pretty certain its just specific to MSVC++ 2008 and could be done on a normal solution.

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