FaqCplusPlusShowFailedIncludes

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Usually such projects have unresolved include directives. These are shown in the Projects window, as small question marks on a blue background in the upper right corner of the project node. You can see the list of the unresolved include directives by right-clicking on the project node and choosing Code Assistance > Show Failed #include Directives.  
Usually such projects have unresolved include directives. These are shown in the Projects window, as small question marks on a blue background in the upper right corner of the project node. You can see the list of the unresolved include directives by right-clicking on the project node and choosing Code Assistance > Show Failed #include Directives.  
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Applies to: NetBeans 5.5.1 and later
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Applies to: NetBeans 5.5.1 and later<br>
Platforms: all
Platforms: all

Current revision as of 16:01, 9 December 2009

How can I detect that the project has the wrong configuration?

Usually such projects have unresolved include directives. These are shown in the Projects window, as small question marks on a blue background in the upper right corner of the project node. You can see the list of the unresolved include directives by right-clicking on the project node and choosing Code Assistance > Show Failed #include Directives.


Applies to: NetBeans 5.5.1 and later
Platforms: all

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