|Eclipse Ignores Include Paths [message #1822918]
||Mon, 16 March 2020 19:01
| Daniel DeLuca
Registered: March 2020
Working with Eclipse is sometimes worse than a trip to the Dentists office. I have installed Neon, and I imported a Makefile project. Initially, I attempted to vreate a project with the entire git repo that I was working with, but I could not get the build to complete, and Makefile doesn't always give enough information to indicate what went wrong with the build. So I imported as a Makefile project, the subdir that has the source and Makefile for the specific executable I am trying to build, as I don't need to build an entire binary image to see what is going on inside that executable.|
Well, I have tried multiple methods to get the compiler to include the path that contains the header file needed by the source code, yet the Console keeps reporting the following:
gcc -O1 -g [b]-I.. [/b] -DCONFIG_MOTOPIA_VOICE_DSP_RESTART -DCONFIG_MOTOPIA_TEMP_SENSOR -o sdb_helper generatelog.c voipexe_start.c
I have entered the Path in the following locations:
Project->Properties->C/C++ General->Paths and Symbols->Includes->GNU C
Project->Properties->C/C++ General->Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros etc->Entries->GNI C->CDT User Settings Entries.
In Addtion, I have set
Project->Properties->C/C++ Build Variables
to add certain variables found in the Makefile, that should have set up the path, all to no avail!
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