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Re: Include paths: no "-I." please

From: J.T. Conklin
Subject: Re: Include paths: no "-I." please
Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 20:48:04 -0800
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overbored <address@hidden> writes:
> How do I tell automake not to pass "-I." to g++/gcc? Thanks in advance.
> (The problem is that this project has a string.h, which conflicts with
> the standard string.h. Besides, why "-I." in the first place? Is it
> because some people prefer #include <blah> over #include "blah" for
> their own header files as well?)

I've run into a similar problem with the ACE framework (in my case, it
only effected systems with case insensitve filesystems), and solved it
by adding "DEFAULT_INCLUDES=" to the offending  

As far as I know, it's not documented and may not even be intended
behavior.  But I'll use it as long as it does what I need.


J.T. Conklin

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