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Will you please show us what your ADDENVVAR command looks like, and or the
output from:

QSH CMD('env > /tmp/my-environment.txt')

Dennis Lovelady
"If you steal something small you are a petty thief, but if you steal
millions, you are a gentleman of society."
-- Greek Proverb
"We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office."
-- Aesop

I am attempting to compile a C++ module (on a V5R3 box)
with the source code in the IFS. According to the "ILE C/C++
Programmers' Guide" (Version 5; SC09-2712-05) an include directory can
be specified using INCDIR (Include Directory) command parameter or
INCLUDE environment variable.

The problem is:
1. when I specify the include directory in the INCDIR parameter the
module is created; no problem;
2. when I specify the include directory using the INCLUDE environment
variable the compilation fails;

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