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Re: [cdt-dev] Indexer from the command line?

hi Christophe,

 this isn't something thats currently available. However, its possible to write
a plug-in to do this using the CDT 4.0 core apis.

The sequence would be something like

        Get the IIndexManager via CCorePlugin
        For each project you're interested in
                Get an ICProject reference via the CoreModel
                Invoke IIndexManager.reindex
                Invoke IndexManager.joinIndexer

For command-line use of the core you'll need to write an extension to the
extension-point in order that the platform dependencies are present/started correctly. (The core
does not run as a standalone jar).

Invoking it could then look like
        eclipsec -application org.christophe.ReindexProjects MyProject1 MyProject2 MyProject3

If you're interested in seeing this in/contributing it to CDT then raising a bugzilla would be great,

> Dear community,
> Is it possible to launch the Indexer with a command line, like:
> java -jar <eclipse_dir>/plugins/<any_lib>.jar <project_loc>/.cproject
> This would allow to plan nightly index rebuilds :o)
> Thanks,
> Christophe
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