compile_commands.jsonfile in the project root using cmake
clang -print-resource-dirdirectory. I checked and the <stddef.h> is there
cclsmissing out on some source file information. I have a C++ project. There is a template class located in the C++ project that is a base for another file in the project. When viewing the file, ccls gives me a publishDiagnostics notification about the base class not being a base of derived, but it is. I can compile this with no issue.
src/Pipe.hpp. The file that contains the derivation of Pipe is
src/ESP.cpp, which is where the issue occurs.
~/.vim/coc-settings.json I own: http://sprunge.us/KpMyCk
Is there anything wrong with this? Coc doesn't seem to be loading .ccls-cpp in the root of my project.
compile_commands.jsonand it looks like it is using the right
c-index-test -index-file local /path/to/source_file.cppand
c-index-test -compilation-db lookup /path/to/source_file.cpp /path/to/compile_commands.jsonboth return sane-looking results
incompatible pointer types passing 'int ' to parameter of type 'CHAR16 *' (aka 'unsigned short *')