|"Member declaration not found" but "Open declaration" is fine! [message #1021733]
||Wed, 20 March 2013 15:41
| John McCabe
Registered: July 2009
I have a bit of an annoying problem. I've just moved to Eclipse Juno (starting from the 'classic' version) and installed CDT 184.108.40.206302132326. Prior to this I was using Eclipse Helios 20110301-1815 with CDT 220.127.116.11102110609.
I'm now seeing a lot of "Member declaration not found" issues highlighted in my C++ source files (that I didn't get with the Helios version) but, when I press F3, or select "Open declaration", there seems to be no trouble taking me to the declaration.
The indexer in general doesn't seem to work as efficiently as it did in Helios in that I seem to have to reindex manually on occasion to get stuff to match up. Has anyone else seen this sort of issue and, if so, how did you work round it? Is there a setting I need to change? I've selected the option to index files that are opened, which seems to help a little, but...
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