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CDT not recognizing IN and OUT keywords [message #1228842] Wed, 08 January 2014 02:21 Go to next message
Priyadharshini Krushnan is currently offline Priyadharshini Krushnan
Messages: 2
Registered: January 2014
Location: India
Junior Member
I have a huge C project that contains more than 1000 files and when I open this project in Eclipse, I get lot of errors in the editor (Orange squiggly lines).

When I analyze these, they seem to be associated with the IN and OUT keyword. For Example: The following function declaration shows error.

MY_TYPE
func3 (
IN int *This,
IN char *a,
OUT char **b
);

MY_TYPE is a typedef for void.
Please let me know how do I resolve this problem.

Actually, I also see some strange behavior which I couldnt understand. When I include the header file containing the definition for MY_TYPE into that c file, then the errors are gone. Alternatively, the errors are gone even if I remove the IN and OUT keywords.

Can anyone please let me know the issue and resolution for this.
I have also attached a sample project simulating this problem.

My current development environment is Indigo and I've tried this issue with Kepler. Both provides the same behavior.


Thanks,
Priyadharshini
Re: CDT not recognizing IN and OUT keywords [message #1233566 is a reply to message #1228842] Sun, 19 January 2014 20:40 Go to previous message
Eduard Scheske is currently offline Eduard Scheske
Messages: 3
Registered: December 2013
Location: Germany
Junior Member
If you define a typedef in a header file and want to use this typedef. You have to include this header file
For example your sample.h:
#ifndef SAMPLE_H_
#define SAMPLE_H_

typedef void MY_TYPE;

#endif /* SAMPLE_H_ */

Now include this in your SampleSource1.c and every file where you use MY_TYPE
#include "subsrc/Sample.h"

MY_TYPE func1(int a, int b)
{
	return;
}

SampleSource1.c should now compile.
You do not need include guard(s) in *.c files, as this files are never included

This are some basic's that you should know, if you are coding in c!
Maybe you do some tutorials first?
www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c-tutorial.html
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