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Qt Creator completion stopped working
pauledd last edited by
I use Qt Creator 4.5.2 (most up to date on gentoo...) Qt 5.9.4(GCC 6.4.0, 64 bit).
I cant remember when exactly it happened but my code completion stopped working somehow.
The problem is if I declare a member variable in my header file
and then want to initialize it in my cpp, autocompletion doesn't list the variable.
But if I then save and close Qt Creator and reopen it suddenly the variable gets listed in the autocompletion.
Any ideas anyone?
koahnig last edited by
I have noticed this already a while ago. So it is not a new issue with the creator version.
Especially with larger projects, it is a nuisance. I do no recall that you have to close and reopen creator, but basically to give it a chance to detect changes. Saving the files and eventually does cure as well the problem.
I am not the expert for this functionality, but I rated it as a balance issue between always active and consume too much cpu or wait once in a while for the update in auto-completion.
pauledd last edited by pauledd
Problem solved, sorry for my stupidity...
I included the header the wrong way:
#include <gaugeframe.h> FALSE
#include "gaugeframe.h" GOOD
autocompletion works again.
Also a good way to force the auto comple update, is changing between compilers.