GCJ and $PREFIX/include revisited

Gabriel Dos Reis gdr@integrable-solutions.net
Fri Dec 19 16:40:00 GMT 2003


"C. Brian Jones" <cbj@gnu.org> writes:

| > | 
| > | What about lowercase:
| > | 
| > | $(includedir)/gcc-$(version)/
| > | 
| > | I think thats more natural.
| > 
| > Whatever.  As far as as it is not confused with the driver named 'gcc'
| > -- which also happens to have version in its name.
| > 
| > I think GCC is better in the sense that it refers to the whole compiler
| > collection. 
| > 
| 
| Uppercase is horrible, always.

That is your point of view.  The name of compiler collection is GCC, gcc
is a specific driver.  And directory name is not something you as a
user has to mess with, on a daily basis.  Most of the time, you don't
even care about it.  It is designed for automated tools.   

-- Gaby



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