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gcc 3.2 include directories
- From: Andre Bleau <bleau at igb dot umontreal dot ca>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 16:53:50 -0500
- Subject: gcc 3.2 include directories
If you compile with gcc 3.2, the files in /usr/include/w32api are now
searched before those in /usr/include, even without using -mno-cygwin. Is
this intended behavior?
Now, if a file or subdirectory is present in both places, such as mapi.h or
the GL subirectory, it will never be used, even if you compile with
-mcygwin. I would expect that files in /usr/include/w32api take precedance
over those in /usr/include only if you use -mno-cygwin.
Also, files in /usr/include/mingw are not searched anymore if you use
-mno-cygwin, as they are with gcc-2. Is /usr/include/mingw for gcc-2 only?
André Bleau, Cygwin's OpenGL package maintainer.
email: bleau at igb dot umontreal dot ca
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