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Unresolved symbols [message #1110232] Mon, 16 September 2013 15:25
Charles Smith is currently offline Charles SmithFriend
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I'm using Eclipse Kepler release on Ubuntu 13.04 64bit, and the editor is giving me a lot of grief.

In the project->Includes folder the proper include path is shown but the editor shows Unresolved inclusion for example pthread.h. However if I go to projects paths and symbols and add the same path again (eg /usr/include) the errors go away. Is this a bug in the CDT? So to remove the error I now have two exact paths showing in the Includes directory. The gnu C++ compiler has no problems resolving all include paths only the CDT was complaining.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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