|Open Declaration to an empty deleted file... [message #505284]
||Tue, 29 December 2009 05:17
| JIA Pei
Registered: September 2009
I'm using Eclipse 3.5 + CDT under Ubuntu 9.10
I was debugging my project. One .cpp file, say A.cpp file was replying on B.h, but now, I changed the name B.h to C.h .
Now, I put my mouth on one of the variables in A.cpp, which was defined in B.h but now in C.h of course. And then, I clicked "Open Declaration", it will open an empty file named "B.h", which does not exist at all !!!
I was supposing it will open the file "C.h" directly.
So, I guess there must be somewhere to automatically recall every meta information of Eclipse CDT project. I then deleted all files under Debug, and rebuild all staffs. Phenomenon continues.
Can anybody help to explain why it is so ? How to avoid this wrongly "open declaration"? I mean, there must be somewhere else except Debug to remember the meta information, right?
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