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I am using Xcode 5.1.1 on Mountain Lion and creating a command line application in C++. I have some weird problems with headers and autocomplete. For example, when typing in
<vector> I get a suggestion for
vector.h which is obviously an invalid file.
Next, autocomplete seems to be missing for several headers including but not limited to
However, while the autocomplete does not work for these headers, they compile fine and clang seems to know where to find them.
If it helps, these are my search path preferences (these are the default on my system). There is nothing under User or Library search paths and only
$inherited and only
/Applications/Xcode.app/.../usr/include (as seen in the image) under Header Search Paths. These are the same default paths as found on another machine though.
I checked on that other mac machine and there, everything works as it should. Autocomplete for everything works perfectly and only displays one entry (and the icon shows a c++ file instead of a blank white page).
Does anyone know what could be the problem, or at least where Xcode searches for headers shown in its autocomplete window?