Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 439089
Code assist (or code completion) doesn't works when project shared
Last modified: 2009-01-09 01:15:34 EST
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Description of problem:
When I shared mine project to team (via eclipse's cvs client) the code completion (code assist) stops working. This problem also happened a bit earlier with me, when I've tried to create mine project as simple import of the project.
The problem can be "solved" until next commit to the community if I create a new C++ project. copy the files I need to it's directory structure and in the project explorer hit refresh on the project. (Importing the project doesn't helped). Than the code assist becomes working. If I share mine new code to the CVS code assist again stops working in the project.
I'm also using the Qt Eclipse integration.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create the C++ project
2. Write code using code-assist :) (it's handy)
3. Share your project to team.
4. Now try to run code assist. :( it's not working
The code assist doesn't works
Code assist still working
Changing the type of C\C++ indexer doesn't helped. Changing flag values on
- Index all files (files neither built, nor included, also)
- Skip all references (Call Hierarchy and Search will not work)
- Skip type references (Search for type references will not work)
- Automatically update the index
- Update index immediately after every file-change
doesn't helped also. Checked with different possibilities.
The same behavior with code assist appears to be, if I use genuine Eclipse with CDT platform.
the log records when I try to run CodeCompletion (or Code assist every call it
!ENTRY org.eclipse.cdt.ui 2 0 2008-03-27 00:33:09.026
!MESSAGE The 'org.eclipse.cdt.ui.HelpCompletionProposalComputer' proposal
computer from the 'org.eclipse.cdt.ui' plug-in did not complete normally. The
extension took too long to return from the 'computeCompletionProposals()' operation.
now I found the crude solution. to add to the field Files to-index up-front the
/usr/include/* param... now it seems to work normally...
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