Updating intellisense visual studio 2016
We address this issue in Visual C 2010 by having all header files compiled in the context of your current file, so that this highly contextual information can be more accurate.
However, what is the proper recourse for the Intelli Sense engine when an .h file is active in the editor?
This is something we have addressed in SP1, but even still, the error window can be a good place to start investigating performance issues.
One of the new features in VS2010 is “red squiggles” for C – these diagnostics are provided by the Intelli Sense compiler.
This is a good opportunity to discuss context in our Intelli Sense engine.
The Intelli Sense engine provides accurate results by always having as correct a view as possible of the source file being compiled.
(This is addressed in SP1, which I discuss in a later section.) It is important, here, to call out that the Intelli Sense compiler is different from the build compiler.
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Getting your PCH settings right are also vital to having fast builds – so getting this right can potentially be a boon on two fronts.
I have previously written a blog post on the PCH model and how to configure it within the IDE: