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RE: Need Help
Rajanikanth T - CTD, Bangalore
RE: Need Help
Mon, 26 Dec 2005 14:56:29 +0530
Thank you Dave,
Yes, the problem that you indicated below is correct. There is no problem in
gmake and problem with "" on including files. Great!!!
Happy New Year 2006!!!
From: Dave Hylands [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Sunday, December 25, 2005 12:14 AM
To: Rajanikanth T - CTD, Bangalore
Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: Re: Need Help
> We are using gmake to compile our project. I am facing problem to include
Firstly, this isn't a make issue at all. Make has no influence over
where the compiler searches for header files, except to be able to
modify the options passed on the command line. So it doesn't matter
what vpath directive or whatever is used in make, it will not alter
how the compiler searches for a header file.
I don't have your source code to look at, but I suspect that the file
that's including ksvid.h is doing so using double quotes rather than
The interpretation of the double quoted include is to look in the
current directory. The "current directory" is interpreted to mean the
directory containing the file which has the
#include "ksvid.h" statment in it.
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