Re: Intellisense with Remote development

  • From: Vladimir Kvashin < >
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  • Subject: Re: Intellisense with Remote development
  • Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 09:47:50 +0400

Hi,

This means that IDE failed to recognize include search path for the compiler on remote machine. When setting up a remote host, IDE launches compiler with a special flags and parses output to get include search path and predefined macros.

You can try pressing "reset settings" button on the dialog, it does the same (please note that you need to be connected to the host for this to succeed; to connect you can use Servcies pane, which contain list of build hosts).

If this does not help, please do the following:
on ubuntu, invoke
/path-to-gcc/g++ -E -v -x c++ /dev/null
what does it print?

Please use full path for g++ and make sure it is the same one IDE uses (you can find it on "Build Tools" tab in the same dialog)


Vladimir


On 11/11/2012 02:24 PM, pushframework wrote:
My remote host is a Ubunto server.
There is nothing in the C++ tab of that dialog.
This must be the issue.

Thanks !







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