Sorry; long commute today.
Hmmm... looks OK to me. I noticed in the documentation that if INCDIR is
used on the compile listing, the INCLUDE variable is ignored. You don't
happen to have that, implicitly somehow or explicitly, do you? The compile
listing will tell you, on the first page, where it says "Include directory:'
(should be *NONE)
The best way to save face is to keep the lower part full
Will you please show us what your ADDENVVAR command looks like, and or
the output from:
QSH CMD('env > /tmp/my-environment.txt')
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millions, you are a gentleman of society."
-- Greek Proverb
"We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office."
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
0. ADDENVVAR command:
1. my-environment.txt output:
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