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What's with the documentation? Where's all the info?

Am I looking at the wrong place?

ULevelStreamingKismet API reference

Where are the functions and variables belonging to this class?

I keep searching the documentation and each class I get 95% of the time is blank. Am I looking in the wrong place?

Product Version: UE 4.10
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asked Jan 03 '16 at 08:55 AM in C++ Programming

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shahrizai
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you can go through the source code into the github.... I think it is the better documentation I use

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answered Jan 03 '16 at 10:21 AM

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avatar image shahrizai Jan 03 '16 at 10:57 AM

Apparently the answer is do not ever look at the API docs and look at the engine code.

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You're looking at the right place - in docs. However a quick look at ULevelStreamingKismet.h that there are no new method in this class, only three are reimplemented.

Currently docs seem to show just new documented variables, as such reimplemented members are not shown. I've added a request for this feature, because I was missing it myself some time ago, but thought it's not a big deal since I can quickly scan header files.

Generally in case of doubts I suggest you checking header files in your IDE.

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answered Jan 03 '16 at 10:27 AM

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avatar image shahrizai Jan 03 '16 at 10:55 AM

That seems really redundant.

Also, the ULevelStreaming is an abstract class, there should be functions in there.. like OnLevelLoaded How can you even find this without knowing it actually exists beforehand? So unproductive.

Of course I can just look at engine code, but what's the point of making an API doc if the answer is just look at the code itself? Dumb.

avatar image TTaM Jan 03 '16 at 01:29 PM

Actually, the docs do show overridden methods. It's probably just a bug that if there's no new ones, it doesn't display anything.

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