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Message started by Aaron on Apr 21st, 2020 at 5:28am

Title: goto Implementation
Post by Aaron on Apr 21st, 2020 at 5:28am
Is there a workaround to get "goto Implementation" to work in Atmel Studio 7 with Visual Micro?

I'm returning to Visual Micro as I try to teach a class that is now online, and would like to be able to show students how the Arduino implementation works, compared to other options if they were working bare metal c or c++.

For example, it would be nice when explaining PWM signals to be able to go to the implementation of analogWrite, and then navigate to the *.h file that has the settings for special function registers TCCRnA and TCCRnB. Ultimately, I would like to show students how these setting correspond to the signal output on the pin via oscilloscope capture.

I thought I could do this years ago when I first used visual micro. Is it not possible in ATMEL Studio?

Title: Re: goto Implementation
Post by Visual Micro on Apr 21st, 2020 at 10:15am
Maybe this is more of a question for atmel or VisualAssistX who write the Atmel intellisense plugin.

One thing that can help is to click the "vMicro>Show Hidden Files", it is a toggle that adds and removes short cuts with the unerlying Arduino source. Does not affect compile.

or try Visual Studio 2019

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