|Include directories not accessible in Remote C++ project [message #945651]
||Mon, 15 October 2012 09:55
| d dave
Registered: October 2012
Firstly, well done on the latest version of CDT, the Remote C++ project feature works better than ever.
I have managed to set up a remote project, include directories have been auto-discovered and the indexing seems to be working. The problem I have is that the include paths are not browsable on the remote system from the client IDE even though the paths exist in the "Remote Paths and Symbols" properties. The paths look correct (e.g. '/usr/include/project/') and I have also tried prefixing the path with the name of the remote connection (e.g. '//remote/usr/local/include/project') all with no success.
Is this a known bug/limitation in the current version of CDT, or am I looking in the wrong place for assistance?
edit: I should have mentioned, both my client and remote machine are Linux (RHEL5, RH8 respectively) and I'm using the rdt-server daemon.
[Updated on: Tue, 16 October 2012 03:55]
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