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I am reversing a few modules which share many c++ classes. I am currently maintaining a single header file which contains every struct definition from each database. I update this using a produced header file after working on a module. I then import it when I begin working on a separate module. This approach is error prone, and I have lost some progress by mistakenly overwriting modified structs in different databases.

Is it possible to configure IDA Pro to read and write to a single struct definition file across multiple databases? If not, what would be a best practice for this type of situation?

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    I would love to have such a feature. Unfortunately, today it isn't possible. I have the very same problem... – joxeankoret Apr 16 '15 at 15:01
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you can try extending this plugin which already implements the export and import part of the functionality.

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It is impossible to configure IDA to do it.

The best simple practice for this that I can imagine is using source control tools such as git or svn for storing exported files.

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