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Re: RFA: Another installed-tree testing patch



As I've noted in the comment, this is all an ugly hack; the right
answer is for the compiler to have a -print-include-dirs option that
we could pass to g++, and then just include that list for the C
compiler.  But, we don't have that.

Yes. We've been around about this before, remember?


http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2006-10/msg00328.html

Tested with a cross to arm-eabi. OK to apply?

I just want to make it obvious that:


I would prefer that we fix this correctly now, and add the -print-includes-dirs option, instead of waiting for the next breakage in 6 months, when somebody reports breakage with different include paths.

This is now RFE 31864, ie,

http://gcc.gnu.org/PR31864

It seems fair to allow you to do the expedient thing in the meantime.

best,
-benjamin




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