Greetings, Freaks -
Been struggling with this for some time. It may be partially fueled by (relative) unfamiliarity with Windows compared to certain other operating systems. It certainly IS fueled by unfamiliarity with the Mega-0 include structure. So here is the situation:
Suppose that you do NOT have compilable code. Maybe it is just being created, or maybe there are some major errors. But, in any case, there is no list of dependancies and you can't click a register name or bit name to find its definition. Besides, bit names, especially, are inscrutably similar but not the same as the bit names in the spec sheet, and you don't have a valid bit name to click on.
In this case of the compiler not being helpful, HOW do YOU find those valid register, bit, bit mask, and bit group names?