Terrence Enger <tenger@...> writes:


On Wed, 2010-06-30 at 10:42 +0000, DARIUSZ OLBER wrote:

Dennis,

0. ADDENVVAR command:

ADDENVVAR ENVVAR(INCLUDE)
VALUE('./include')
REPLACE(*YES)


I think I can see how the relative path in the environment
variable fails ...

The create-command in your original message specified
SRCSTMF('./syscsrc/mod_name.cpp'). This is what you would do if
your current directory is /my_dir/my_project/. In that context,
'./include' resolves to /my_dir/include/.

You have not told us what absolute path name you used in the
environment variable, but let me take this wild-ass guess. If
you specified '/my_dir/my_project/include/syscinc' and the source
statement specifies 'syscinc/sys006i.hpp', the compiler will look
for '/my_dir/my_project/include/syscinc/syscinc/sys006i.hpp'.

Cheers,
Terry.



Terry,

1. The compilation environment is the following:

- the current directory:
/my_dir/my_project

- INCLUDE env. variable:
INCLUDE './include'

I expect, that the include search is resolved to:
/my_dir/my_project/include

but the compilation fails.

2. Absolute path approach:

Because in the source code the include directive is:

#include "syscinc/sys006i.hpp"

the absolute path I specify in the INCLUDE is:
/my_dir/my_project/include

Again, the compilation fails with the message:
"./syscsrc/mod_name.cpp", line 10.10: CZP0836(30) The #include file
"syscinc/sys006i.hpp" is not found.


Thanks a lot,
Darek


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