Thank you very much for feedback!. I would have to clarify some questions
Yes I know this, I used Eclipse from Windows many times (but just for debug, memory analysis, and some little compilations and tests), my question was oriented about if I want to see from my Windows machine (IDE) a QNX dir and keep compiling over that fs QNX tree where libs and headers resides.
Yes, we have our centralized repository, but we used to have one QNX machine (per project) synchronized with that unique CVS repository (now finally we start migrating to SVN)
Sincerely I developed a whole project using the self-hosted IDE in QNX 6.2.1 (first version) some years ago without majors difficulties and it was not so buggy, it seems that the IDE problems began to appear later. And since then we stopped using it.
Ok, I found other way to compile from the command line. It’s exporting some environment variables like this:
Included in some appropriated point at sysinit secuence and that’s all (I don’t know in wondows)
It works for me!. I can compile from command line every module of my project.
Regards and thanks again,