Code completion search paths

Alexander Rössler mail.aroessler at
Tue Mar 27 07:06:53 UTC 2012

Well, well. It seems that not the search directories are the problem, but
the includefiles themselves. In the avr include files, a lot macros are
used and a lot of the function calls are only small macros depending on the
avr model which is used. kdevelep seems not recognize these macros.
However, I send you the project, maybe you can figure out the problem (you
need avr-gcc installed to get the include files).

2012/3/27 Alexandre Courbot <gnurou at>

> On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 2:00 AM, Sven Brauch <svenbrauch at>
> wrote:
> > Mouse-overing the line with the missing include should give you a
> > button which allows you to edit the search paths.
> > Alternatively, create a list of newline-seperated include directories
> > in your project directory/.kdev_include_paths.
> .kdev_include_paths always served me well for that purpose. You can
> have them in any directory of your project, which is also quite handy.
> Alex.
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