#coder gave me a quite nice idea:
To avoid problems with wrong include paths and/or wrong paths to static libraries that shall be linked in to executables,
you can add reference(s) to one or more projects inside the same solution – like we’re used to have this as in C#.
Important: If your referenced project is a static library, the output name will be added to the imported lib list automatically while building – so you just have to check the respective project but you don’t have to enter any paths no more. Code completion will also be shared – so once checked, all sources from the referenced project will be available in the owner project. – Extremely useful in such static lib <-> executable program situations.
Further dependency stuff will be added soon (e.g. building the solution from the least to the most dependent project etc.)
+ There’ve been some parser improvements concerning enums.