HEllo Phil,

You wrote:
>The compiler is able to find my includes and includes
>such as pthread.h.  However, it can't find string.h or
>any of the other header files in QCLE.  I tried creating
>a symbolic link to qcle/h(string)in my include directory
>but it still couldn't find it.

On my 440 system there are symbolic links to:

        o the C compiler includes via /QIBM/ProdData/ILEC
        o the C++ compiler includes via /QIM/ProdData/ilecppn
        o the System Openness includes via /QIBM/includes

>Does anyone know what I've got wrong?

Although I would expect the compiler to use these links automatically if a
stream file is specified as the source you may find that you must add
/QIBM/ProdData/ILEC to your INCLUDE environment variable.

I recall a section in the C Programmers Guide that discusses using stream
files for source.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.
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