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Old 31 December 2018, 02:40   #1
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sas/c and netincludes (amitcp)

hey, just wondering how the includes are supposed to be set up for sas/c, i gather i'm supposed to assign to netincludes but wouldn't that cause a clash for includes that are named the same? errno.h for example. the only way i can see this work is if i edit the netincludes to point directly to it's own includes (ie instead of <sys/errno.h> it would be <netincludes:sys/errno>.

doesn't seem right needing to edit the includes this way that's why i'm wondering.

can't remember this beeing an issue in the past with gcc but it's been ages since i've messed around with c and compilers.


edit: did a compare and see that an overwrite of the files won't do any harm, they still carry the same information just with more added to them. thanks anyway.

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I think you are supposed to add it as an extra include directory after the normal includes in the project setup.
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assign sc: d:sc
assign include: sc:netinclude
assign include: sc:include add
assign lib: sc:lib
path sc:c add
maybe my order is inverted, but it worked for me
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