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Clang-Complete

by lvzixun ST3 Mac

a auto complete plugin for sublimetext3

Labels Clang, Completion, C, C++, OC

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  • Win 25
  • Mac 5K
  • Linux 28
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Clang-Complete

A clang plugin for Sublime Text 3 (MAC OSX / Linux / Windows), providing: - Auto complete - Syntax diagnostic - Goto definition

Using libclang (llvm 3.5.0).

Install the Plugin

From git repository

Note: To determine the path to Sublime Text 3 Packages directory, start Sublime Text 3, Choose menu Preferences -> Browse Packages

$ cd <sublime-text-3 Packages directory>  # see note above
$ git clone https://github.com/lvzixun/Clang-Complete.git
$ cd Clang-Complete
$ make [linux / windows]

On Ubuntu, $ make linux, On Mac OSX, run the default $ make.

Windows prerequisites
  1. install MINGW-W64 32 (only if you want to compile yourself - binary is included) e.g. from here
  2. install LLVM 3.6.1

From package control

  1. Install package control
  2. command+shift + p -> install package
  3. Search Clang-Complete -> install

Installation using Package Control is only supported on Mac.

Configuration

Global options can be set in <sublime-text-3 Packages directory>/clang-complete/cc.sublime-settings file. Header files can be included in the include_options section.

Alternatively, header files can also be included from the Sublime Text 3 <name>.sublime-project files by adding the cc_include_options subsection to the settings section in your <name>.sublime-project file:

Error: language “.js” is not supported
"settings":
{
    "cc_include_options":
    [
        "-I/headfile_path1",
        "-I/headfile_path2",
        "-I/headfile_path3"
        // ...
    ]
     // ...
}

Example settings for Windows:

Error: language “.js” is not supported
"settings":
    {
        "cc_include_options":
        [
            "-isystem", "C:\\MinGW\\i686-w64-mingw32\\include",
            "-isystem", "C:\\MinGW\\i686-w64-mingw32\\include\\c++",
            "-isystem", "C:\\MinGW\\i686-w64-mingw32\\include\\c++\\tr1",
            "-isystem", "C:\\MinGW\\i686-w64-mingw32\\include\\c++\\i686-w64-mingw32",
            "-isystem", "C:\\LLVM\\lib\\clang\\3.6.1\\include",
            "-DBOOST_USE_WINDOWS_H"
        ]
    }

if "cc_include_options" exists in your project settings, it will merge to the "include_options" defined in cc.sublime-settings.

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TODO LIST

feature status
support mac osx done
support linux done
support window done
support sublimetext 2 X