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Re: [cdt-dev] search for unresolved includes results


Include file resolution depends on the context in which the container file is parsed. Chances are, that the indexer looked at the file in a different context than it is done in the editor.

Things that make up the context:

    Language (C, C++), include search path and also in case the inclusion makes use of macro expansions,   

    the macro dictionary at the point of the inclusion.





From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Yevgeny Shifrin
Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2012 14:03
To: CDT General developers list. (cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx)
Subject: [cdt-dev] search for unresolved includes results




I am trying to configure manually (without discovery functionality) indexing of a big C++ project (several dozen K files). Based on unresolved includes I am updating include path entries.


When running "index"->"search for unresolved includes" I am observing strange results: I am getting false indications in some cases. If I open a "problematic" include, it is shown as resolved and I can jump to it using F3. Unfortunately I am not able to reproduce this behavior on small project. Are you familiar with such behavior? Any ideas what could cause it or how to investigate it?


I am using Indigo (CDT 8.0.1).


Thanks a lot,



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