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VSCode cannot open "sys/time.h" requested by UE4Proj on Windows platform

message: 'cannot open source file "sys/time.h" (dependency of "MyUnrealProjName.h")'

Why would it even happen? "sys/time.h" is Unix header and doesn't exist on Windows. I can compile my project fine in Visual Studio or inside UE Editor, but VSCode IDE complains.

I still try to figure out how to setup VSCode properly for UE4 so i might have miss something in c_cpp_properties.json, even though i have copied Visual Studio's paths into includePath list of VSCode.

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Mar 06 '18 at 04:31 PM in C++ Programming

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