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CDT Indexer issues [message #896569] Wed, 18 July 2012 23:31 Go to next message
Evan Caves is currently offline Evan CavesFriend
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Registered: July 2012
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I recently installed Juno on a Fedora Core 17 (x86_64) and can't for the life of me get the CDT indexer to index any project. For example, I create a new workspace and import a single git repo of some C code that simply contains a half dozen C source and header files. If I then open one of source files and attempt to open the declaration of a function (or whatever) that is in one of the other source files in the project I get "Could not find symbol 'xxxxx' in index".

Can someone tell me how I can debug this or suggest what I might be missing?

thanx,

evan
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Re: CDT Indexer issues [message #896720 is a reply to message #896569] Thu, 19 July 2012 13:43 Go to previous message
Andrea is currently offline AndreaFriend
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On 07/19/2012 01:31 AM, Evan Caves wrote:
> I recently installed Juno on a Fedora Core 17 (x86_64) and can't for the
> life of me get the CDT indexer to index any project. For example, I
> create a new workspace and import a single git repo of some C code that
> simply contains a half dozen C source and header files. If I then open
> one of source files and attempt to open the declaration of a function
> (or whatever) that is in one of the other source files in the project I
> get "Could not find symbol 'xxxxx' in index".
>
> Can someone tell me how I can debug this or suggest what I might be
> missing?
>
> thanx,
>
> evan
> -
>
>

A bit vague answer as I'm not using Eclipse at the moment, but try:

- to rebuild the index
- to make sure that the files are in the included directories

You can do both in the project settings
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