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Eclipse Oxygen: How to have indexer follow C++11 std::shared_ptr<> [message #1784551] Thu, 29 March 2018 09:39
Francesco Montorsi is currently offline Francesco MontorsiFriend
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I'm using Eclipse Oxygen.3 and I have the following pseudo code:

class mytest

void mymethod() {}

then I have code that says:

std::shared_ptr<mytest> p = std::make_shared<mytest>();

I found that Eclipse is unable to "trace back" the p->mymethod(); line to the mytest::mymethod routine. I.e. if I place the cursor over that p->mymethod() and hit F3 (open declaration) Eclipse cannot find the reference.

Is this a bug or am I missing some settings?

Note: opening other declarations works just fine. Also opening memory.h file I see that eclipse highlights the "#if __cplusplus >= 201103L" section (I had to add -std=c++11 to the "GCC compiler settings provider" in my Project options).

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