[TxMt] Re: Setting C++ Include Paths
nbinder at gmx.de
Sun Oct 24 09:27:25 UTC 2010
Are you using a Makefile?
Include paths can be defined in gcc via
gcc yourfile.c -I/path/to/your/include/files
Am 24.10.2010 um 11:10 schrieb timewastin:
> Thank you for trying to help. However, it's not a solution to my problem. The
> audioeffectx.h itself links to a lot of other files in the same way, and of
> course I can't change all the files. I need to add the "public.sdk" to the
> list of library search paths, like an environment variable.
> Any other suggestions? :)
> kaja wrote:
>> Let me guess.
>> Try to include
>> #include "../../../../public.sdk/source/vst2.x/audioeffectx.h"
>> I didn't work with C for some time, but I think the path should be
>> relative to the source (or to the makefile? I am not sure)
>> Odesláno z iPhone
>> 23.10.2010 v 23:36, timewastin <declassified at web.de>:
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