August 9, 2022 at 07:12 #32973
I keep having a lot of issues with IntelliSense. I am developing for raspberry PI linux.
Intellisense is adding the wrong include directories to the project and or is not parsing standard c++ include files like <chrono>, <string> etc.
Also I pressed the red cross to stop adding the wrong include file directories, but I cannot find a menu item to restart Intellisense to start scanning again.
Intellisense adds /usr/include/aarch64-linux-gnu;/usr/include/aarch64-linux-gnu/c++/10;/usr/include/c++/10/tr1;/usr/include/linux to the project, after this the project does not compile any more
C:\Users\paulh\OneDrive\source\Test5 => /tmp/VisualGDB/c/Users/paulh/OneDrive/source/Test5: 1 files copied (253 bytes).
Run “ninja -f “VisualGDB/Debug/Test5.msbuild-ninja”” in directory “/tmp/VisualGDB/c/Users/paulh/OneDrive/source/Test5” on email@example.com (SSH)
ninja -f “VisualGDB/Debug/Test5.msbuild-ninja”
g++ @VisualGDB/Debug/Test5.gcc.rsp -c “Test5.cpp” -o “VisualGDB/Debug/Test5.o” -MD -MP -MF “VisualGDB/Debug/Test5.o.dep”
In file included from /usr/include/c++/10/bits/postypes.h:40,
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:45:14: error: ‘wcstof’ has not been declared in ‘std’
45 | using std::wcstof;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:48:14: error: ‘vfwscanf’ has not been declared in ‘std’
48 | using std::vfwscanf;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:51:14: error: ‘vswscanf’ has not been declared in ‘std’
51 | using std::vswscanf;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:54:14: error: ‘vwscanf’ has not been declared in ‘std’
54 | using std::vwscanf;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:58:14: error: ‘wcstold’ has not been declared in ‘std’
58 | using std::wcstold;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:59:14: error: ‘wcstoll’ has not been declared in ‘std’
59 | using std::wcstoll;
/usr/include/c++/10/tr1/cwchar:60:14: error: ‘wcstoull’ has not been declared in ‘std’
60 | using std::wcstoull;
I use bullseye OS and a new installation of the operating system.
Any advise for this issue?
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.August 9, 2022 at 08:37 #32980
Based on the screenshots you provided, the build also fails. So it looks like a corrupt build environment and not a VisualGDB IntelliSense issue.August 10, 2022 at 16:15 #32984
The build fails because intellisense has added incorrect include directories. When I remove these it compiles. The question is why is intellisense adding incorrect include directories? If I remove these include directories. Intellisense directly tries to add them again.August 10, 2022 at 16:17 #32985
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