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Old 11-20-2006, 01:17 AM   #1
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Kdevolop relative path working wrong

I am using KDevelop for my C++ project it is working cool but when i include an external files and link with external librarys full path is workig ok but relative path is not working .
-I/home/MyIncludes this is working ok
-I../../MyIncludes it is not working
please help me ...

Old 11-20-2006, 10:50 PM   #2
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how necessary is it to link using a relative path?

I would recommend redoing your directory structure so that you can just link using "-I./MyIncludes/..."

then again, I'm not a C/C++ programmer (I'm all about LISP, BASIC, and Java), so I'm just shooting in the dark here.

I hope that helps. I mean, that's how I do all of my "includes" for LISP...
(load #p"./include/includefile.lisp")
I place my homemade includes in an "include" folder in the working dir of the project.


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