Parsing issues with libclang5 on kdevelop 5.2.1

Mathias Kraus k.hias at gmx.de
Sun Mar 4 20:47:33 UTC 2018


Am Freitag, 9. Februar 2018, 00:14:42 CET schrieb Mathias Kraus:
> Am Dienstag, 6. Februar 2018, 10:41:40 CET schrieb Milian Wolff:
> > On Monday, February 5, 2018 10:44:17 PM CET Mathias Kraus wrote:
> > > Does anyone have problems with parsing when using kdevelop 5.2.1 with
> > > libclang5. I'm using KDE neon which ships libclang5 since a few weeks and I
> > > had problems with parsing since then, e.g. displayed error for connection
> > > Qt signals and slots. Just reverted back to libclang4  and everything is
> > > fine again.
> > 
> > I have seen one issue myself, so maybe that's also it. To verify: Can you 
> > please do the following:
> > 
> > In one of the erroneous files, open the Problems tool view, select "show 
> > imports" and then inspect the errors that you see? 
> > 
> > In my case, I've sometimes seen issues with the maximum template instantiation 
> > depth being reached, leading to dozens of errors which eventually let the 
> > parser give up. Is that the case for you too?
> 
> There are many errors, but it seems they are not related to template instantiation.
> 
> > Can you fix it by increasing the 
> > instantiation depth via the project settings -> custom defines/includes -> 
> > compilers -> add -ftemplate-depth=1024 or even something higher?
> 
> I couldn't find something like that. Did you mean this?
> Project -> Open Configuration -> Language Support -> Defines Tab
> 
> I could create a minimal example and upload it somewhere if it helps.
> 

I think I found the problem. By default, gcc is set as compiler at Project -> Open Configuration -> Language Support -> C/C++ Parser.
Setting it to clang solved the problem. Is there somewhere a configuration option to set clang as default?

Regards,
Mathias





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