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Date: Sat, 01 Jul 1995 15:43:18 +0100
From: Thomas Eifert <EIFERT AT reze-1 DOT rz DOT rwth-aachen DOT de>
Subject: Re: My own include directory (1.12m4)
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
Reply-To: eifert AT rz DOT rwth-aachen DOT de
Organization: Rechenzentrum RWTH Aachen

> >    I've spent a time building a math library, and now I want to put the
> >    associated .h-files into a separate directory. I added this to the
> >    C_INCLUDE_PATH, and tried - won't work.
> >    The "tryit" program (samples\hello) revealed that the path setting was
> >    relative, i.e. with a leading "..\..\", not the full DJGPP based path.
> > 
> >    ==> what did I miss in the djgpp.env ???
> > 
> > 
> > I'm not home to check this, but, in most places the DJGPP internals do not like
> > DOS's backslashes (\), it is the command line parser which accepts them and 
> > translates them to forward slashes (/) so in djgpp.env variables you need to 
> > use forward slash (ie: /mydir/myincl rather than \mydir\myincl).  This may be
> > the problem.

I've further looked at my include problem: at home, I still use 1.11, and
there simply appending another directory to the list (in setdjgpp.bat)
worked fine. So obviously, I haven't understood yet the syntax of the
djgpp.env - could one give me a hint ?

TIA,
Thomas

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