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Re: Problems with GCC and C_INCLUDE_PATH

On Thu, 12 Dec 2002, Allan Crook wrote:

> I'm having problems with GCC and the C_INCLUDE_PATH, if i add the path
> to the command line with -Iw:\source then all is ok, but if I add the
> same path to the environment variable and remove the -I from the command
> line it just will not see the header file, whats wrong??
> I get the following error:
> System__Public.h: No such file or directory
> this file is in w:\source,
> Please help!!!!

Hmm, let me get this straight: you're adding a Windows-style path to the
include path of the Cygwin gcc?

One obvious solution would be to change the path to POSIX, something like
"/cygdrive/w/source".  If you insist on using Windows-style paths, this
may be a quoting issue (you may have to quote your backslashes twice).
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