[Qt-creator] Odp: Re: QtCreator 2.7 includes

Heiko Gerdau hg at technosis.de
Wed Apr 17 16:46:05 CEST 2013

in this case linux.
In "project.includes" I set (each on a separate row): "./" and the
include dirs (relative to "project.includes")


Am 17.04.2013 09:05, schrieb Paweł Faron:
> Hello, 
> Thanks for your respond. I've tried your solution, and even a couple of its variants, but they don't work for me. Are you using Linux or Windows?
> best regards
> Pawel
> Dnia Poniedziałek, 15 Kwietnia 2013 14:11 Heiko Gerdau <hg at technosis.de> napisał(a) 
>> Hi,
>> Am 27.03.2013 11:16, schrieb Paweł Faron:
>>> Hello,
>>> I've just started testing the brand new QtCreator 2.7. I'm using a non-qt related project in my company. It's quite big but QtCreator 2.6.2 copes quite good with it. 
>>> Unfortunately after importing the project into QtCreator 2.7 and waits until it complete parsing all files, I've found that many files with #include <...> or #include "..." are not seen. Means that I can see them in project and find in Locator, but the text editor insists that it cannot found it.
>>> Is it a known issue or maybe not issue at all but some kind of feature?
>>> best regards
>>> Pawel
>> don't know if your problem still exists. If so than try to put a "./"
>> line in your "project.includes". At least that resolved this issue with
>> the code parser for me when I switched from QtCreator 2.6.2 to 2.7.0.
>> They seem to have changed this for some reason.
>> Regards
>> Heiko

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