Tue Jul 31 12:17:00 CEST 2007
I found out, that this happens when a project exists with the same name. The
ErlIde sets the project directory as a code:lib_dir prior to ERTS directory.
Is it possible to do this the other way? This is important, since some
packages generates Erl header files and I don't like to save them in the
Projects' include directory, but rather at ERTS/lib/<app>/include directory.
Is that possible?
Also below inet_sctp.hrl file was successfully recovered by the ErlIde, once
I removed that line and re-entered.
[mailto:erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED] On Behalf Of Eranga Udesh
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 2:38 PM
To: 'Erlang Questions'
Subject: [erlang-questions] ErlIde
In Eclipse ErlIde, how do I specify External Header files? For eg. in my
source file, if I refer an include file as below,
ErlIde doesn't seems to get that include file from below ERTS kernel include
D:\erl5.5.5 is the $ERL_TOP directory.
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