|resolving imports from an ECOS library [message #912457]
||Thu, 13 September 2012 12:06
| Robert Brusa
Registered: July 2009
when migrating my ecos project from helios to juno, all of my code was cluttered with error flags. Using the index menue I was able to change that - for almost all of them. But some error flags in a c++ file remain:
memcpy, strncpy and other string handling calls. I should add that my project is a mixture of c and c++ modules - for historical reasons.
When selecting memcpy or strcpy and pressing F3 juno correctly finds the corresponding h-file from the library. When hoovering with the cursor over e. g. memcpy, I read:
Invalid arguments '
void * memcpy(void *, const void *, ?)
The project builds. Obviously, these errors are no errors for the compiler. Any advice how to get rid of them? Thanks and best regards - Bob
[Updated on: Thu, 13 September 2012 12:11]
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