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Hello again! I've been wanting to make a customized project template so that I can start with a project easily that has a bunch of stuff that I reuse from game to game...like a my system for scene switching, a main menu with some default buttons, etc. I'm not sure I've approached it in the best way, but I've had some success by creating my own init.bat file that calls a customized .r script which uses a different alternative template folder in which I've added my ini files, some .h and .cpp files for my classes, and default sounds and images for menu buttons, etc. It works well and makes starting up a new project a lot quicker for me since I like to use these things over and over. The only thing I can't figure out is that even though my .h files are included in the src folder and everything compiles just fine, I notice that in Visual Studio, only the .cpp files are part of the project. This doesn't really cause any problems since the .h files are there in the folder, but it would be nice if they are a part of the project. It is easy enough to use "Add Existing" to pull them in so I see them in my src folder but if I can get them in automatically it would be ideal. I admit I don't totally understand how the visual studio project is being created in the init.r and setup.r files, but I didn't see anything obvious that was filtering out my .h files.
Any suggestion for how I can get those .h files to show as part of the project?