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Re: [C++] include directory configury


>>>>> "Benjamin" == Benjamin Kosnik <bkoz@redhat.com> writes:

    Benjamin> Hmm. My point being that the target includes are installed in the same 
    Benjamin> place in this case. See src/Makefile.am:

Meta-question:

  Why do we mess with this at all?

  If we put the main include files in /foo/bar/include
  why not just put (for example) the i686-pc-linux-gnu stuff
  in /foo/bar/include/i686-pc-linux-gnu?

  That avoids the entire issue...

Anyhow, the point is that the relocatable GCC thing is way cool, and
now we're back in that state, ugliness aside.

I think if there's something better we can do that's cool, but I guess
I'm not sure exactly what you're suggesting.  Do you have a patch in
mind?

Thanks!

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