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Changes in C++ code in plugin does not show affect in the editor

Hi guys, I use the plugin from OptiTrack in our VR game project, in this PlugIn, I need to use a BP to inherit the C++ file ClientOrigin.h and use event graph to change the values in "server address", "client address"(Fstring type) and "HMD ID" int32 type, I add the quote BlueprintReadWrite function on the lines relate to it, save it and restart the editor but nothing happened :( I still can't reach the variables in blueprint. here are the codes I changed

 #pragma once
 #include "OptitrackClientOrigin.generated.h"
 * Represents a pose for a tracked rigid body.
 struct FOptitrackRigidBodyState
      * Populated with the value of FPlatformTime::Seconds() on frame delivery.
      * Can be compared to determine the freshness of the associated pose data.
     double DeliveryTimePlatformSeconds;
     /** Position in tracking space. */
     FVector Position;
     /** Orientation in tracking space. */
     FQuat Orientation;
 enum class EOptitrackClientConnectionType : uint8
     Multicast = 0,
 class OPTITRACKNATNET_API AOptitrackClientOrigin : public AActor
     /** The network address of the NatNet server to connect to. */
     UPROPERTY( EditAnywhere, BlueprintReadWrite,Category=Optitrack )
     FString ServerAddress;
     /** The address of the local network interface to use. */
     UPROPERTY( EditAnywhere, BlueprintReadWrite,Category=Optitrack )
     FString ClientAddress;
     /** The NatNet client type to instantiate. Must match the setting of the NatNet server. */
     UPROPERTY( EditAnywhere, BlueprintReadWrite,Category=Optitrack )
     EOptitrackClientConnectionType ConnectionType;
     /** If non-zero, the rigid body with the specified ID is used to provide input to compatible HMD implementations. */
     UPROPERTY( EditAnywhere,BlueprintReadWrite, Category=Optitrack )
     int32 HmdRigidBodyId;

On each "UPROPERTY" I add "BlueprintReadWrite," and save the file, is there anything else I should do to let blueprint access the variable?

thank for everyone


Product Version: UE 4.13
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asked Jan 18 '19 at 06:22 AM in C++ Programming

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avatar image Shadowriver Jan 18 '19 at 06:25 AM

Did you compile the code?

avatar image Lancer89X Jan 19 '19 at 12:36 AM

I did compile it and use the rebuild, turns out for the plugins you may have to click " clean the build " then click "build" so it will affect the code.

avatar image Shadowriver Jan 19 '19 at 01:59 AM

Ok do you hot reload? But also you may be right, and it's not plugin specific, simply you needed to rerun UHT which rebuild cause

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