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2.2.2.3 Include Paths

System include paths are standard locations to find source code tags, such as the header files in /usr/include and its subdirectories on Unix-like operating systems.

You can add and remove system include paths using the following commands:

— Command: semantic-add-system-include dir &optional mode

Prompts for a directory, dir, and add it as a system include path for the current major mode. When called non-interactively, the major mode can be specified with the mode argument.

— Command: semantic-remove-system-include dir &optional mode

Prompt for a directory, dir, and remove it from the system include path for the current major mode (or mode).

— Command: semantic-customize-system-include-path &optional mode

Customize the system include path for the current major mode (or mode).

— Variable: semanticdb-implied-include-tags

Include tags implied for all files of a given mode. You can set this variable with defvar-mode-local for a particular mode so that any symbols that exist for all files for that mode are included.