Using .Bsc Files to Enable Browsing To References of C++ Symbols

In a C++ project, the .ncb file contains information about the symbols that are used in the project. The .ncb file enables Class View and the Object Browser to locate the definition of a symbol. However, to support browsing to references of the symbols, you must create a .bsc file for the project.



Creating a .Bsc File

Describes how to create a .bsc file.

Finding References of a Symbol

Discusses how to view all references of a symbol.

Manually Adding a .Bsc File to a Project

Describes how to make the symbol references in a .bsc file available in a project.

Unloading a .Bsc File from a Project

Describes how to unload a .bsc file in a project.

Browsing Through Code and Components

Discusses the Object Browser, with which you can examine objects (and their members) from various components.