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From: jax AT darkstar DOT cygnus DOT com (Jack Woehr)
Subject: lost includes?
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1993 13:06:38 -0600 (MDT)

	I just installed the latest djgpp stuff straight from all
the zips ... now when I try to use gcc, it can't find my includes.
Here's the relevant portion of my SETs:

PATH=C:\WINDOWS;C:\BAT;C:\DOS;C:\NET;C:\BIN;C:\GNU;C:\UTILS;C:\DJGPP\BIN
COMPILER_PATH=c:/djgpp/bin
C_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/djgpp/include:c:/djgpp/contrib/curses/inc
CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/djgpp/cplusinc:c:/djgpp/include
OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/djgpp/include
OBJCPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH=c:/djgpp/include
LIBRARY_PATH=c:/djgpp/lib:c:/contrib/curses/lib
GO32TMP=c:/temp
BISON_SIMPLE=c:/djgpp/lib/bison.simple
BISON_HAIRY=c:/djgpp/lib/bison.hairy
FLEX_SKELETON=c:/djgpp/lib/flex.skeleton
TEMP=C:\temp

The library path reflects truly where the include files are ...
but typing

	gcc hello.c

results in

C:\DJGPP\JAX\TEST>gcc hello.c
hello.c:1: stdio.h: file not found

What have I forgotten?


			=jax=

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