[SOLVED] Is there a way to specify the c++ standard of clangd without recompiling it?


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I’m trying to use a feature in c++17(const lambdas) without having clangd error me. I’ve searched online and every answer tells me to recompile it with a flag. Is there truly no other way?


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From https://clangd.llvm.org/config#compileflags:

You can create a config file for clangd. In the config file, you can specify the compiler options mimicked. For my question, do this:

  Add: [-std=c++20]

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