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RE: gcc -MM and #include <some_cygwin_package_include.h>
- From: "Williams, Gerald S (Jerry)" <gsw at agere dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 17:29:36 -0500
- Subject: RE: gcc -MM and #include <some_cygwin_package_include.h>
> Meanwhile, I'm looking for a workaround (-I- didn't
> help). I'll poke around other lists, but I'd bet
> somebody's already run into this with Cygwin. "Piss
> off but have a nice day anyway" is an acceptible
> response, but any web/FAQ/message/etc. references
> would be highly appreciated. :-)
After additional browsing though "info gcc", I found
a "workaround". -isystem or -idirafter both add the
magic "system" behavior, even though -I- doesn't.
Aargh! POBHANDA, I guess.
I suppose there's still the issue about whether
/usr/include/python2.2 (and presumably other package
includes) should be considered "system" by default.
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