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I think you use a tool to generate the CkXxxW header files (for example CkFileAccessW.h). I notice that all wchar_t parameters have really unhelpful names like w1 and w2.

As an example for the CkFileAccessW class there is this method

int ReplaceStrings(const wchar_t *w1,const wchar_t *w2,const wchar_t *w3,const wchar_t *w4);
The corresponding CkFileAccess class it has this declaration:
int ReplaceStrings(const char *path, const char *charset, const char *existingString, const char *replacementString);

The wchar_t declarations make it impossible to use the IDE's tooltips to see what parameter is expected. Can you please improve the way those header files are generated?

asked Jan 28 '13 at 00:23

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edited Jan 28 '13 at 05:10


Yes, I think this should be possible for the next version.


answered Jan 28 '13 at 09:20

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