[Bug 64858] New: compiler includes project files if existing, even when <> tags are used
rg at esoft.dk
Wed Sep 24 11:03:05 UTC 2003
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Summary: compiler includes project files if existing, even when
<> tags are used
Platform: Gentoo Packages
AssignedTo: kdevelop-devel at kdevelop.org
ReportedBy: rg at esoft.dk
Version: 3.0.0a6 (using KDE KDE 3.1.3)
Installed from: Gentoo Packages
If you include a file with <> tags (Ex. #include <somefile.h>) and you have a file in your project with the same name, it includes that instead, and not the one from the system dir.
I discovered this bug when i accidently created a file called kapp.h, and forgot to delete it. I included the file kapp.h in my main source file, but i got so many errors i acctually thought the compiler had gone into an inifinite loop. However, it did stop spitting out errors after some time. (5 mins or so).
After i deleted the file kapp.h from my disk, the problem was resolved.
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