How to solve this problem? it occurs when i try to change the Include option path.
could you please provide more information? Also, I can't really read the error message due to the size of your screenshot, so could you please copy the exact error message? Also please send the steps you used to generate the error, any error logs generated and if possible the following information
- what exact CCS version and OS are you using?
- does this occur for every project/workspace?
- do you have full admin privileges?
- are you changing the paths in the correct location and using a CCS project? This wiki shows the correct CCSv5 process. Similar but not identical in v4.
Are you using CCSv4 and running on a 64-bit operating system? If so, there are some known issues with SWT libraries which could cause drawing issues in some dialogs and views. Please check the following related links, and you could try updating to newer SWT libraries as suggested:
If the above does not help, you may need to update to CCSv5.1 since the Eclipse version it uses is much better supported on 64-bit operating systems.
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