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Re: [cdt-dev] Influencing where CDT is looking for include paths

hi Florian,

This scenario works for me with CDT 5.0:
  (1) build pre-built content for an SDK
  (2) create a plug-in to make the pre-built index available to all 
  (3) create a project lacking the appropriate include path settings
  (4) create a source file using types from the pre-built index, with no 
#include statements
  (5) use F3 on those types to navigate to the headers

Its still a good idea to set up the include paths, as some features (F3 on 
#include) seem to
need it. I can't see a reason not to set them up, even if the source tree 
is only partially

If this doesn't help, please could you file a bug report* with the steps 
you've followed and
the symptoms you're seeing?


> So the idea was to use the prebuilt index to get code-assist 
> features while not having the entire source stored locally. This 
> works quite well so far.
> The problem now is just that you don't want to navigate to every 
> include file in order to open and view it manually.
> (Since the files should be in the index and so it should be possible
> to get the path to them)
> It would be nicer hitting F3 popping up a new editor window showing 
> its content.
> Is setting an include path the only way to do that?
> Or can i influence the action triggered by hitting F3 somehow?
> Thanks,
> Florian

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