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Visual C++ Class View and Class Wizard Integration with BFC


Introduction

The following screen snapshots were taken in Visual Studio 6.0. These show how to setup and use all C++ classes, including BFC classes, with the Visual C++ Class View and Class Wizard facilities.

If you have BFC source code installed, then BFC classes may be explored with Developer Studio's Class View Browser. Each class' member functions and variables may be viewed in the appropriate source file. To view a class' base or derived classes, right click on the class and select a hierarchy menu item, or select the appropriate icon from the Class Browser Toolbar. The first time you do this, you will be invited to build the application with browser information, and upon completing the build the class hierarchy window will open. All the classes of the application will now be viewable in the hierarchical context.

All the classes that are derived from the MFC’s class CCmdTarget can be explored using Developer Studio's Class Wizard. That means all screen related classes, like forms, dialogs, controls, etc. can be examined through Class Wizard. In addition, Class Wizard can be used to add or edit windows message handlers.

This page illustrates two ways to view the BFC classes - by building the Class Wizard database in the Demo App (B1_App) project or by building the Class Wizard database in your own BFC Wizard created application (YY_App).


BFC classes displayed using Class View

BFC classes displayed using Developer Studio's Class View


Using Class Browser to view BFC Class Hierarchy

Class Browser to view BFC class hierarchy


Setting up Class Wizard to work with BFC classes

Setting up Class Wizard to work with BFC classes


Adding BFC files for use by Class Wizard

Adding BFC files for use by Class Wizard


Using Class Wizard to view contents of BFC classes

Using Class Wizard to view contents of BFC classes


Your Application’s classes displayed using Class View

Your Application’s classes displayed using Class View


Using Class Browser to view Your App’s Class Hierarchy

Using Class Browser to view Your App’s Class Hierarchy


Setting up Class Wizard to work with Your App’s classes

Setting up Class Wizard to work with Your App’s classes


Adding Your App’s files for use by Class Wizard

Adding Your App’s files for use by Class Wizard


Using Class Wizard with Your App’s classes

Using Class Wizard with Your App’s classes


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