Editor doesn't display C++ classes located in the folder named "Android"
I was trying to create classes in this folder and I can not use them in editor because they are not displayed in Content Browser. No matter how deep is hierarchy of this folder, all classes in the folder and its subfolders are not displayed. Restarting the editor and even rebuilding UE4Editor-FolderTest.dll does not help either. It looks like bug for me. Can you guys confirm it?
Steps to reproduce:
Class is not displayed in Content Browser, after hot reloading.
asked Oct 15 '17 at 07:35 PM in Bug Reports
Sorry for the late response. What you're seeing is expected because "Android" is a unique word that the editor has special considerations for. Anything in a folder with that name will only be relevant when working with / packaging for Android. You can work around this behavior by editing the folder name slightly (such as
answered Nov 13 '17 at 07:10 PM
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