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Tue Jan 8 13:26:33 UTC 2008
On Tuesday 08 January 2008 13:48:27 Kris Wong wrote:
> > has foreach been added as part of the new C++ standard? I was under
> > the impression it was only a Qt extension.
> This is a Qt macro. The parser shouldn't need to know how to parse it, as
> it's defined in qglobal.h.
> Along those lines, adding the following to the "special headers" in the C++
> Parsing section of the KDevelop configuration did not seem to work:
> #define foreach(x, y) x;
> then, using:
> foreach (MyClass myclass, myclasslist)
> myclass. // <-- code completion does not work
> Does not function properly. The "myclass" variable is unresolved.
> Kris Wong
With the solution now in kdevelop4, the use-highlighting and refactoring will
also work for MyClass, myclass, and myclasslist in your example. With a macro
solution, that wouldn't work that nicely. At least I think we cannot follow
back macros currently while building uses.
If there is a macro defined in qglobal.h, then it currently isn't picked up by
the preprocessor in kdev4, at least I haven't noticed it. That'll need some
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