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Cannot Remove a C++ Class

Greetings. My problem seems pretty simple but ...

I am attempting to delete a C++ class that I have created using the editor. The steps seem fairly simple:

  1. Close Visual / UE4 Editor

  2. Remove the class .cpp and .h from disk in explorer

  3. Remove everything in Game\Binaries *optional

  4. Run GenerateProjectFiles.bat

  5. Recompile

https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/166179/how-do-i-remove-a-c-class-from-my-project-code.html

My problem is that there is no GenerateProjectFiles.bat located at:

C:\Program Files\Epic Games\4.7\Engine\Build\BatchFiles

The only file located there is RocketGenerateProjectFiles.bat. When I execute this I get: alt text

This doesn't seem like the right batch file. What is going on here? :)

Any help would be appreciated.

Edit: Added image of no-right click option

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Product Version: UE 4.7
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asked Jun 05 '15 at 05:52 PM in C++ Programming

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Rather than using the batch file do it from the .uproject file. Right click your project file and select the "Generate Visual Studio project files."

This should fix your issue.

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answered Jun 05 '15 at 06:56 PM

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avatar image irdc Jun 05 '15 at 08:25 PM

Thank you for the response. To be honest, there is no option to "Generate Visual Studio project files" when I right-click on my uproject file. All I can do is the standard Window commands.

I did go to https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/200241/generate-visual-studio-project-files-did-not-auto.html and I can see the option on the gif there but for some reason I don't have the option.

I will attempt to attach an image.

avatar image irdc Jun 05 '15 at 08:42 PM

Alright, the issue was that for some reason Unreal was not properly registered in the Windows registry, so there were no right-click commands available. I found a nice batch file that someone made that properly registers Unreal at:

http://www.davidmoore.info/blog/2014/09/05/fix-the-missing-right-click-menu-for-unreal-engine-projects-uproject/

Once Unreal was registered, I was able to right-click and see the options. From there I generated a new project file and the classes were gone.

Thanks calben :D

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