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Re: C++ include files ``gone''?


On Mon, 13 Nov 2000, Phil Edwards wrote:
>> I suspect the headers are installed in $prefix/include/g++-v3.
> They are.

No, they are not.

$prefix/include itself is completely empty. Nothing. Nada. Nil.

> The problem is that the default setting of enable_libstdcxx_v3=yes
> doesn't take effect until "later" in the configure run.  That setting
> is appropriately passed down to libstdc++-v3 itself, which installs the
> headers in the right place.

I just realized another problem. I do not call g++ directly, but have a
symlink from ~pfeifer/bin/g++ to $prefix/bin. And, believe it or not:

  ignoring nonexistent directory "/home/pfeifer/bin/include/g++-3"
  ignoring nonexistent directory "/home/pfeifer/bin/lib/gcc-lib/i386-unknown-freebsd4.1/2.97/include"
  ignoring nonexistent directory "/home/pfeifer/bin/i386-unknown-freebsd4.1/include"
  ignoring nonexistent directory "/sw/test/gcc/FreeBSD/include/g++-3"

Ugh! What's going on here?

Gerald
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