Hey all -
I’m giving Cinder another shot after doing mostly openFrameworks work for the past few years. It’s taking me some some time to find some of the conventions I’m used to - one thing I think that would help me in some situations is to be able to not just look at the header’s for a given class, but to actually get into the .cpp file to see what is going on under the hood.
Is there a way to add the cinder Xcode project (CinderRoot/xcode) to my Cinder project so when I’m option-click looking at the reference for a method I can go all the way to the .cpp file? Similar to how the project file is imported/linked in OF? I assume this isn’t recommended, but I’m curious if it is a possibility - otherwise I just have to keep the Cinder xCode project open and at the same time and dig around in there, disconnected from the project I’m working on.