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Indexing in MCU 10.2 with PE

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Jeinstei
Contributor II

Hi-

I'm using a PE project with 2 versions of ProcessorExpert.c, one excluded and one not with different filenames, and for some reason the PE.c file isn't recognizing includes. Both the PE  GPIO modules that are included using GPIOn.h and my own LED module functions don't look as if they are being recognized in the Eclipse IDE. When I hit Ctrl+Space to auto-find functions, none of them come up, and when I hit F3 to look for the source of some custom defines within the same file, the IDEA can't find them.

Has anyone else seen this issue or has any idea what's going on?

Thanks!

Josh E

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello,

that might be an Eclipse Indexer setup thing. Have a look at

Fixing the Eclipse Index | MCU on Eclipse

Hope this helps,

Erich

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Jeinstei
Contributor II

This seems like it might not be a project issue so much as a workspace issue now, as I still have the indexing working fine in a different workspace. Is there someway to completely rebuild a workspace to clear out any bugs?

I tried the indexing trick from your blog, Erich, and no go.

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi Joshua,

have you rebuilt the index with the context menu?

Erich

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Jeinstei
Contributor II

I have rebuilt the index using the context menu, as well as freshen files and the like. It seems to be only that workspace though.

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vfilip
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello,

could you please post here a project to reproduced it?

best regards

Vojtech Filip

Processor Expert Support Team


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