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Re: [cdt-dev] What triggers indexing if not a build?

Did you create the project using "Other toolchain" by any chance? If a toolchain is not specified scanner discovery profile is not defined either. Do you get correct profile specified in Discovery Options?

Andrew

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 7:20 PM, J. Johnston <jjohnstn@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Using the C Project Wizard, a ManagedBuild hello world C project works fine.  A Makefile project created with a Makefile and a simple source file, doesn't resolve the headers even after the build is performed.

FWIW: an Autotools project sets supportsManagedBuild to false in its build definition.

Autotools uses the Common Builder to do the make portion of the build so the ScannerDiscovery is done there successfully, but the data isn't saved across the sessions.

-- Jeff J.


On 05/05/2010 05:30 PM, Doug Schaefer wrote:
Do regular C++ projects work for you? or is this just a problem with
Autotools projects?

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 5:14 PM, Jeff Johnston <jjohnstn@xxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:jjohnstn@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

   I am trying out the latest M7 CDT (checked out in my local Eclipse)
   under Helios M7 with the Autotools plugin also checked out.

   I start a child Eclipse instance and create an Autotools project.
     The header files for my source (a hello world program) are unresolved.

   I then start a build and the header files are then resolved..i.e. I
   can click on them in the outline view (includes stdio.h).  If I
   highlight a function (e.g. "puts") in my source file and click
   F3...nothing happens.  If I then right-click on the project and do
   an Index->Rebuild, the F3 action on puts now works successfully.

   If I close the child Eclipse instance down and restart it,
   everything happens over again.  Header files are unresolved...need
   to build again, and then I have to do a rebuild of the index to get
   indexing to work.

   I don't see anything missing in the project settings for the indexer
   (it is enabled for the workspace).

   Any ideas on why this is happening?

   -- Jeff J.
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