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Problem with indexer (RSE/CDT) [message #583039] Mon, 08 February 2010 11:37 Go to next message
Timm  is currently offline Timm
Messages: 4
Registered: February 2010
Junior Member
Hi,

what I've done yet:
- installed eclipse IDE for C/C++ developers
- installed RSE-runtime-plugin (version 3.1.1)
- installed a rse-server ("dstore") on another machine
- connected to the server within eclipse remote system explorer
-> created a remote project
-> rightclick on the project (in C++ project tab) -> properties -> C++ General -> Indexer:
* enable project specific settings
* Full C/C++ indexer
* activate the first four check boxes (Index source files not included in the build, index unused headers as C++ files ...)
* Apply (and wait for the 5000 files to be indiced)
(* pressed F5 to refresh after that)

Now, when i'm browsing through the source files, it still says "unresolved inclusion" whenever i use an "#include" (no matter if system library or just any header file of my project).

The indexing works fine without remote connection (locally).

Anybody has an idea what the problem might be?

Thanks in advance!
(sorry for my bad english)
Re: Problem with indexer (RSE/CDT) [message #583237 is a reply to message #583039] Fri, 09 April 2010 05:25 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 4
Registered: April 2010
Junior Member
Hi,

I got the same issue even with the default Indexer configuration.
When I add remote c++ Include path in my remote project properties, I can see the include path in the workspace but it does not contain file...

So I'm using dokan sshfs instead but it's not as reliable as RSE.

Thanks,

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