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Mon Feb 29 18:01:39 UTC 2016
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.
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?
René J.V. Bertin wrote:
> On Monday February 29 2016 09:17:37 Juan Ramírez wrote:
>> I think the simplest solution would be to go to Project Configuration ->
>> Project Filters, and exclude any unwanted folder/file from the project.
> So, you'd have the OP exclude all those .c files he doesn't want to have parsed, and then what?
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