If you have an existing project and you would like to turn it into a
class model then you will most likely find it easiest to import it.
From the right click context menu you can select "Create From Header"
and the KlassModeler will present you with an open file dialog.
Choose the header file which you would like to import and the
KlassModeler will do its best to import that header.
I'd be lying is I said this works every time. Importing a header
file has proven to be very difficult. I won't bore you with the
specifics, but the end result is that I have done my best, but it is
still pretty easy to fool it. When something does go wrong the
KlassModeler will present you with a verbose error message that will
print out the last line of the header that the KlassModeler
understood. Take a look at your header and see if there's anything
unusual about this line. If you can't find anything wrong with it,
try commenting it out. I often end up commenting out whole blocks of
the header just to get the import to work. Then I have to go back and
manually enter in the missing fields. It's much more labor intensive
then it should be, but it's a start.
If you happen to notice something that always breaks the KlassModeler
please contact me (see the Support section) and either
describe the problem or if possible provide a header file that breaks
it. I can then build in a fix for your header. If enough people do
this the header import feature will become much more useful for
everyone. Or of course if you're feeling generous you can always
write the code yourself and send me a fix.