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Compiler/Linker can't locate my header files

Question asked by Joseph Jean-Jacques on Nov 8, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 12, 2018 by Carlos_Mendoza

Hi Everyone,


I been running into a strange issue for over a week now where the compiler isn't not compiling my header files. At first I thought it was a linker issue, now I believe it is a compiler issue. How do I know this? Because I would change some of the code so I could intentionally receive a C++ syntax error and instead I kept getting the same error stating the following: undefined reference to 'class name':: 'member function name'


Now, I went to File -> Properties -> Paths and Symbols  and quad triple checked in the 'Include Directories' list that all the paths for my header files were located there. 


I'm not sure why this is happening now because in the past I have included other header files that I knew were compiling for sure, because I would keep getting syntax errors until I made all the necessary code fixes to remove them.


I'm pretty sure there is an incredibly simple reason/solution to this, but I've been banging my head on this for over a week now.


Any pointers to guide me in the right direction would be definitely be appreciated!