[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [cdt-dev] Full Indexer in CDT3.0 doesn't work
- From: Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 08:37:37 -0400 (EDT)
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
- Domainkey-signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=rogers.com; h=Message-ID:Received:Date:From:Subject:To:In-Reply-To:MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding; b=ee7wD1YUp+WsOmWwGutf1rxwUCLXL8BbDdx/RFHYkZmYmdbwzlLziZ0laBWHnTpjGgCmHb24KTLq+wB/NJrd+iDiCc93KzNqXdf8ZIenhpcFXMe1bzPies6kTfLOoZjZVvyI/aOeUyT9jWr7ZyqvHSwiQZRIvR4OwSkPhTNeLYU= ;
One of the next things I want to put together is a
troubleshooting guide on the web site that can walk
you through things like this. You are absolutely
correct, it is difficult to get a good index,
especially if you are doing a standard make project.
But there are ways to make it work and these need to
--- Chip Chapin <cchapin@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Out of curiousity, did this work any better for you
> with CDT 2.1?
> I've found that there are a lot of gotchas in
> getting good indexing with
> CDT on our source tree, but I am having much better
> results with 3.0
> than with 2.1.
> Some things to consider. I'm still figuring this
> out and would be glad
> to hear more authoritative comments ...
> -- Keep your workspace small.
> -- Keep your workspace, and possibly your source
> files as well,on a
> local file system (not NFS).
> -- Do a build. The indexer discovers additional
> information from the
> build output.
> -- Set your include paths carefully. In our build
> environment this
> takes a lot of work because of the way we handle
> certain generated
> files. Fortunately the "Problems" tab in eclipse
> will tell you when
> include paths are missing.
> -- Be patient, the indexer can be slow.
> If javaw is running at 100% and eclipse has stopped
> responding then you
> might as well kill eclipse and restart it. But I
> would not necessarily
> blame CDT. I see it happen when I'm doing Python
> and other stuff as well.
> Zhou Fei wrote:
> >Hi all!
> >I have install CDT3.0 on eclipse 3.1,
> >but, when I select the "full indexer" option, javaw
> endless ocupied
> >100% usage, and lost response.
> >I have to select "No indexer"
> >How to make full indexer work?
> >Thank you all!
> cdt-dev mailing list