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What does "The code model not parse an included file, which might lead to incorrect completiton and highlighting" mean?
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I just updated from Qt 5.12.1 to Qt 5.15.2 and with the example app "analogclock" I got the warning
Warning: The code model not parse an included file, which might lead to incorrect completiton and highlighting, for example. processordetection.h:150:6: error: "ARM architecture too old"
I read that with Qt 5.14.+ the Clang Frontend Plugin is activated. If I deactivate the Clang Code Model the warning goes away.
But why does this warning occur and should I use th Clang Frontend Plugin or the Built in Model?
You didn't write which Qt Creator version you're using (these are independent from the Qt versions).
Anyhow, the warning is just a warning. Unless you experience problems you can safely ignore it.
should I use th Clang Frontend Plugin or the Built in Model?
The Built in model is faster to load, but less accurate. It also doesn't support some of the newer C++ syntax.
Please try the latest Qt Creator versions if you face issues.