identifier "oo" is undefined error in polyspace bug finder

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When I run Polyspace, I get "identifier 'oo' is undefined" error.
I need to specify a relative path of header file which defines identifier 'oo' instead of absolute path to solve the problem.
But, I don't want to fix my codes which have absolute path of header files in all files.
So, what should I do to fix this error instead of changing the path of all header files "absolute" to "relative"?

Answers (1)

Anirban on 18 Jan 2023
Do you mean that you have a #include to a header referred by it's absolute path? This should be automatically detected without even having to add the include folder to a project.
Christian Bard
Christian Bard on 19 Jan 2023
It would be great to send complet log file to Technical Support

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