Function declaration basics

I’m just getting started with libclang and experimenting with parsing header files, so let me apologize in advance for the basic questions. If I have a function signature with a return type that’s defined in an included header, then clang_visitChildren recognizes the function as a VarDecl. For example:

#include <MyTypes.h>

Status __stdcall MyFunc(int a, double d);

In the above, the “Status” is defined in MyTypes.h. If I change “Status” to “int” (or if I #define Status above the function), then visitChildren properly takes me to a FunctionDecl for MyFunc. I’ve tried calling parseTranslationUnit on MyTypes.h as part of the same index on which I call parseTranslationUnit for the main header, but that doesn’t seem to help. I feel like I’m missing something basic here.

Thanks very much in advance.

Regards,

Kirk Fertitta

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