erik.rull at rdsoftware.de
Mon Feb 29 21:58:04 GMT 2016
What is also a bit strange - "someone" seems to edit my files in background
when running Kdevelop, adding some includes (which do not make sense) and
reformat some files regarding encoding (I have some very old code files
that are not yet UTF-8). Is this caused by Kdevelop? If so, can I disable that?
Milian Wolff wrote:
> On Montag, 29. Februar 2016 19:05:50 CET Erik Rull wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> thanks for your help.
>> The better question would be: why is it actually parsed?
>> I have some files in the intel-subdirectory that is linked into my project
>> via link (ln -snf) but only the files from a certain subdirectory are
>> actually required. The rest are binary packages that are not in use by my
>> Is it possible to define something like:
>> Parse not the whole sub-directory a/b but parse the subsub-directory a/b/c?
>> The "c" directory would be my toolchain tree and this would be sufficient
>> for code completion.
> Try to define project filters like such:
> exclude a/b/*
> include a/b/c
> if I wrote the code correctly, this should work. If not, please file a bug.
>> Is there a way to see why Kdevelop tries to parse a certain file, that
>> means to track how this file was found and selected for parsing?
> Not really, besides whatever is shown in the project tree view.
>> Best regards,
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