02-08-2013 11:35 AM
I am trying to include some of my headers through Properties->C/C++ General->Includes->GNU C. But when compiling those paths are not picked up (I can't find any -I<my include path> in the compilation). Is that not the right place to provide include files? Or what's happening?
Please let me know if need more infomration in this regard.
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02-08-2013 05:10 PM
02-10-2013 06:45 AM
Thanks very much guys,
Actually I am trying to include a library that is not even in the current workspace. All I have is a list of header files and a .a library file. Yes I use the latest Momentics IDE. Including th -I's, -L's, -i's and l's in the pro file works without any problem. If that's the case, then what is the C/C++ General->Includes->GNU C for?
However my long term plan is to find a robust mechanism for dependancy management for C++ projects in eclipse including Blackberry projects. I already have an Eclipse (indigo) installation with Maven configured for Java and C++ (through maven-nar plugin) projects. Is it possible to configure the existing Eclipse for BB10 development. Please point me to any documentations if there is any.