|Re: [cdt-dev] Unresolved inclusion: warning with CDT 5.0 (Ganymede)|
Hello, I guess this could be solved in the prefernces for the project.Under the point c/c++ general -> Paths and symbols. In the tab "includes" under GNU C++, you can add the location of the include files.
I hope that this helps. Regards Sven Herzing Ilija Kocho wrote:
Dear colleagues I switched from Callisto (CDT 4.0) to Ganymede (CDT 5.0) and i have problems with some its features. Here is one of them. Note: My project that comprises both C and C++ components is a makefile project (previously called standard make). In "#include" lines i get warning "Unresolved inclusion:". I guess eclipse has no idea where to look for headers. The info for GCC is of course provided by means of -I options in the makefile but eclipse doesn't seem to see this. If it is not possible to instruct eclipse on header location i would be happy to disable this feature. How can i do it? Regards Ilija Kocho _______________________________________________ cdt-dev mailing list cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/cdt-dev
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