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question on include search path
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Subject: question on include search path
- From: esp5 at rama dot comp dot pge dot com
- Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 10:55:42 -0700
I was wondering - *exactly why* when you say:
does it only show 'install:', 'programs:', and 'libraries:' as search paths?
What about headers? If I say
I'd like to know which directories are being searched there, too...
Also - speaking of headers, why is it when I install gcc in a non-standard
location, say /opt/install, that '/opt/install/include' is not included as
a directory for constructs of the form:
Are these bugs? It seems hard to believe that this is not there by design, but
I can't think of any possible advantage of not having this included
And come to think of it, why is there no:
or some such equivalent to add onto the list of include directories searched
Sorry, but this is frustrating the hell out of me. Try to install packages
in non-standard locations, and all of a sudden, 1 million bugs fly out of the
woodwork. Any hints on how to get around this are much appreciated.