I am running Solaris Studio 12.3 IDE on Windows 7 64-bit. I am using a remote project which is located on a Solaris 11 system.
In Solaris Studio I have a development host setup as myuser@myhost using a SSH key and "Automatic copying" for synchronization.
My project is at /home/myuser/studio_remote on the Solaris 11 system.
In the project properties I want to add a relative include path of "mysource1/mysource2" to the C++ compiler.
When translated into a full path this should be /home/myuser/studio_remote/mysource1/mysource2.
However Solaris Studio is translating this to /home/myuser/studio_remote\mysource1/mysource2.
Solaris Studio is inserting a backslash into the path when it should be a forward slash.
I can see this when using Ctrl+Alt to view the analyzed paths for an include definition. The relative path entries are colored red meaning they cannot be found because of the backslash in the path.
Is there some way I can fix that?