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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Question about CCS 8.x with C++ and the Open Declaration choice in the C++ code editor.
In this example, shown in the graphic, LWString.cpp and LWString.h are in the project. The project builds successfully. However, in the C++ editor, right-clicking on WString.h and selecting “Open Declaration” gives the message in the bottom left about “Cannot find include file…” That include file is in the yellow highlighted location under Includes.
Is there a way to get Open Declaration working in this case?
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In reply to Tomasz Kocon:
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
In reply to Robert Woodruff:
Thanks for the speedy response. This issue occurs when the #include <WString.h> is in either a .cpp, .ino, or .h file.
One thing I have noticed is that the right-click -> Open Declaration works for files included from msp430/include but not for those from cores/msp430.
Might that be a clue?
I can't seem to reproduce this. There is no difference for me between the two paths in regards to opening the header file.
Can you try using the Include Browser to see if you can successfully navigate to the header file from /cores/msp430?
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