This is not a regression from 4.27.2, however, a similar issue was fixed in 4.26.

Generating a C++ class that is in a subdirectory generates the #include "Subdirectory/Class.h" instead of #include "Class.h" causing the build to fail.

Steps to Reproduce
  1. Create or open any C++ project
  2. Select Tools > New C++ Class
  3. In the wizard select Actor for the parent class then next
  4. For the Path select the Folder icon then create a new folder in the director
  5. Select the new folder then choose the Select Folder option
  6. Select Create Class

Expected Results:
The class is created and the build succeeds

Actual Results:
The class is created with the wrong #include and the build fails

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ComponentUE - Editor - Workflow Systems
Affects Versions5.0.2
CreatedJun 7, 2022
UpdatedJun 27, 2024
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