>>> Venelin Mihailov <kld@...> seems to think that:
>I'm using semantic to get intellisense.
>I want to make semantic use not only the files in the directory of my
>project, but also the files in /usr/include. How ?
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Semantic 1.4 requires that there be a "project" root, which you can
set in the semanticdb-project-roots variable. Unfortunately, this
doesn't easily let you add /usr/include into your "current project".
Semantic 2.0 (not yet released, but coming soon as beta) has a concept
of system databases where you can pre-build tables for /usr/include
for searching for all C files.
For semantic 1.4, perhaps you could symlink /usr/include under your
project root to trick it into using those symbols.
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