|New C++ Class wizard adding C: in the #include statement [message #1199377]
||Wed, 20 November 2013 15:39
|| CGO SenseiC
Registered: July 2011
Windows 7 x64|
Version: Kepler Service Release 1
Build id: 20130919-0819
mingw32-c++ (GCC) 4.8.1
No clue what just happened, but now every time I attempt to add a new C++ class, the wizard adds text in the new class's .cpp file it shouldn't.
Steps I have tried to resolve (I know... not much, but at a loss here):
- Use a completely new workspace
- Start eclipse using --clean
At this point I will simply "install" a new instance of Eclipse and use that, but will leave the "problem child" intact for now in case someone has some suggestions to try. I will say that I had not had any issues like this and used this installation of Eclipse w/o issue for several weeks.
Started Eclipse using a completely new workspace and I created a new Hello World C++ Project with the MingW GCC toolchain. The new project builds without a problem. I then clicked on the "New C++ Class" button and entered the following (meaning no other changes):
Class name: Bogus
Clicked the [Finish] button.
Everything "seems fine"... except when I click on the new class's source file in the Project Explorer I notice the following:
Anyone have a clue where in the world that blasted "C:" in the #include directive magically came from? Needless to say the compiler complains rather bitterly until I remove it, save, and rebuild.
// TODO Auto-generated constructor stub
// TODO Auto-generated destructor stub
SenseiC bows out.
[Updated on: Wed, 20 November 2013 15:40]
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