|Re: Using Eclipse CDT together with ORACLE PROC [message #954173 is a reply to message #690805]
||Mon, 22 October 2012 21:08
| Scott Bell
Registered: July 2009
I take it you are saying that the parsing rules are hard coded into the CDT plugin? Is or will there be any effort to externalize these? Pro*C is an extension to 'C' which is pretty common and promulgated by one of the largest companies in the known world (I actually don't like Oracle, but that's a personal thing and it would seem to be a very good thing to support it within the sphere of CDT and Eclipse.
I am not prepared to be able to change the code for the 'parser', but if there was an externalized ruleset, I could work with that.
Hmmm, while typing this, it brings up an interesting question...why can't the indexer use the same build process that builds actual code. In other words, if gcc can build Pro*C, and it can, then why can't Eclipse use gcc to index it? Maybe we are just missing something here and it already can!
This may be what the gist of Markus's was. It seems that a response of, "Then you will need to change the internal parser code..." may have been hasty. After all, CDT is a tool and should form itself to fit the need, rather than requiring needs to be modified to fit the tool
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