|Reference issues with EclipseCDT [message #1005809]
||Mon, 28 January 2013 14:56
| J C
Registered: January 2013
I have download some C++ source code project from Internet, I import it with Eclipse import features, but then I have some references issues when I try to compile it( first I use the indexer to find them), the references trouble are due to the libraries references (aka "includes") and references to defined header functions (.h) in the own project.
I know how to solve the problems owed to libraries references (includes) since I'd have to go to project propierties>>C/C++ generals>>paths&symbols>>includes and there include the path to libraries I want to use.
However, I'd like to know how to set up eclipse CDT in order to create the references to the own project files/folders and thus avoiding the references problems I'm having. For instance, if the file tree project is like shown below, how should I set up Eclipse so that Folder B1 could reference Folder A2? Or how can I do that the whole Folder A was visible to Folder B?
| |=>Folder A1
| |=>Folder A2
| |=>File A3
| |=>Folder B1
| |=>Folder B2
| |=>File B3
Thank you very much in advance!