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From: gfoot AT mc31 DOT merton DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk (George Foot)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: GCC can't find the INCLUDE files. (Ed de Saegher)
Date: 1 Mar 1997 15:03:04 GMT
Organization: Oxford University
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Ed de Saegher (Edde DOT Saegher AT net DOT HCC DOT nl) wrote:
: Mike Loll <e5rs010 AT boe00 DOT bowiestate DOT edu> wrote:

: >Whenever I try and compile a program ( a simple Hello World type program
: >) GCC says it can't find the include file(s).  Am I doing something
: >wrong here?  Do I need some sort of config file?   I checked DJGPP.ENV
: >and it showed the include directory as /include ( my directory for djgpp
: >is C:\DJGPP)  Any help is welcome.  Thanks!

: Mike , I have the same problem , I think.

: When I try to compile the simple  "Hello.c " - pgm.
: In directory c:\dgjpp\bin I type:
: gcc -d c:\dgjpp\samples\hello\hello.c
: I get the message "stdio.h : file not found"
: In directory c:\dgjpp\include there is a file stdio.h   !!!!

Read the file in C:\DJGPP called README.1ST - it's called that for 
a reason. It mentions two things you should do to your AUTOEXEC.BAT
- if you don't want these in the AUTOEXEC.BAT you can put them in a
separate batch file, but make sure you do make both of the changes.

If you've already made these changes, please temporarily add '-v' to
your gcc command line and post the output. 

-- 
George Foot <gfoot AT mc31 DOT merton DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk>
Merton College, Oxford.

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