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Re: semantic database

From: Hoyt Koepke
Subject: Re: semantic database
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 20:54:23 -0800

> It works now but I have another two questions
> When I check my system include path, I found some invalid path:
> Include Path Summary:
> The system include path is:
>  /usr/include/c++/4.2/
>  ~/MyProjects/C++/C++-3/HW2/header/
>  /usr/include/
>  /usr/usr/include/c++/4.2/
>  /usr/usr/include/c++/4.2/x86_64-linux-gnu/
> Two questions here:
> 1. For red marked lines:
>      it seems that redundant /usr/usr is the reason that results in my
> previous problem
>      may I ask where can I modified my system include path
> 2. For blue maked line:
>      I have always explicitly put the user-defined directory into my path by
> modifying my .emacs file
>      (semantic-add-system-include "~/MyProjects/C++/C++-3/HW2/header"
> 'c++-mode)
>      I wonder how can I let semantic autoload the sub directory header
> files?

I have the same problem; I believe it's a bug.  I don't know semantec
at all, so someone else will have to address that.  It hasn't caused
me any problems yet.

For any devs listening: I'm using cedet-pre6 on ubuntu karmic, with gcc 4.4.


+ Hoyt Koepke
+ University of Washington Department of Statistics
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